Question about Dell Dimension 3000 PC Desktop
I won't come on?
Check if the power supply is good, if it is, then check the power switch, sometimes those go bad, it may need to be replaced.
Posted on May 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi Sir Another fix you could try is looking in your device manager and checking what keyboard device is registered if it says that you are using a ps2 then you need to uninstall the device and then close the device manger after which you should unplug your key board and restart your computer when you hear the bleep reconnect the keyboard into your USB port and see if this works if not you need to check if you have enough power to your keyboard from your USB port as some USB keyboards need power is your USB port 2.0 if not try to upgrade your USB to 2.0 from the usual 1.1 ports Hope this helps Paddy
Posted on Sep 08, 2007
If you have all of your important documents on a separate hard drive then you can reset the computer main frame and then you can recreate a new password! and if that doesn't work then you can always have a computer tech. take a look at it! Infact i'll give you the number to a guy who live's in S.C. His name is Dwight Welsh but you can just call him mister Welsh. So any ways his cellphone number is (910) 494-7467.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
It's a large file, but you can download and burn a copy of:
It's a bootable cd that has a password recovery tool plus a lot of other stuff.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
SOURCE: Dell Dimension 3000
There is an L shaped lever on the back. Press and hold that down and push side panel of case back. It will lift off. When you put it back on just align the slots on the bottom edge and push forward to close it.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
It seems that you have Dell Desktop computer, unless you requested a wireless card to be put into the computer, it would not come with one. Just like stang_1 mentioned, you should check your network adapters to see if your wireless card is listed. Also since it is a desktop, you can check the back of it to see if you have an Antenna sticking out of it. That would indicate that you have a wireless card on the PCI slot. And if that is the case and you do not see it listed in the network connections, check the Device Manager and make sure that the drivers are installed properly.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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