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Dell inspiron 526 desktop press power button nothing happens. green light is on so there is power but the computer won't turn on.

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My dell inspiron 2400 pc will not start up


If the power light doesn't come on at all, it could be the power supply is dead, or the power switch is defective.

Check to make sure the power cord and power supply cables are securely connected.

Here are some diagnostic tools for DELL computers.

http://www.dell.com/support/Article/us/en/19/SLN284978/EN#2012_to_Present

May 19, 2014 | Dell Dimension Computers & Internet

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When i turn on my Dell Inspiron 2400 Desktop Computer why won`t it start.


Is the computer plugged in to a known good power source with a known good power cord? Also, make sure the power is fully seated on both ends. When you press the power button are you getting any indicator lights? The power button itself has an LED that will be either solid green, blinking green, solid amber, blinking amber, or off. Do you hear any beeps?

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Dell inspiron 526 desktop won't turn on. green light is onin the back so it is getting power.


the light in the back could be the communications board getting power from the motherb but a number of causes are possible. boot files damaged, graphics card failed, all kinds of possibles. give more detail like from when you last used it up till you tried to turn it on? sounds, any other parts not working? sorry but just to many possibilities

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Dell Inspiron Desktop 546MT, green light on the back, but no light on the front


Could be a faulty switch, switch wire connector loose from the motherboard, faulty power supply.

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Will not turn on when power button is Dell Inspiron 518 will not turn on when power button is pressed. Green LED on back of powersupply lights and orange LED on motherboard turns on. No fan operation on...


Green LED on back of power supply indicates it's getting power. That does not mean that it's distributing the power voltages to the computer. You could have a bad power supply or a bad motherboard. Just to make surethat nothing else is causing the problem, remove any PCI cards like modem,video card, sound card, etc... Remove the memory modules and disconnect cablesto CD/DVD drives. Look at the USB ports to see if any are damaged.

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Press power button. Green light turns on, fan


there is power buttom on the keyboard makes it wake up. try it

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Dell inspiron 530s is giving me major trouble. When ever I turn it on, the power button lights up and the fan turns on but then thats it. There is no activity on the monitor, just the loud noise of the...


my inspiron 530 giving me trouble. Blue light is on, but the computer goes no where. Try to start by shutting down and restarting but the start sound keeps coming fora long time and nothing happens. So to say having trouble starting and sometimes it shuts down but the blue light stays on. Sometimes I cann't even turn off the computer by pressing blue light - trouble trouble trouble

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