Question about Dell OptiPlex GX260 PC Desktop
I get six beeps when I attempt to boot the system. after the beeps the system does not boot, nothing happens.
Can't run dell diagnostics. I checked the beep pattern they are as follows: 1 beep, short pause, 3 beeps, short pause,and then 2 beeps.
I also checked the error indicators in the back of the unit, the light pattern is A,B are yellow and C,D are green. I appreciate your help.
This is a problem with your memory.
During POST, the computer checks the computer's memory, determines the amount of installed memory, and then writes to and reads from the number of available bytes to ensure proper operation.
CAUTION: Before you perform this procedure, see "Safety Information."
Yes. The computer needed to update the memory count. The problem is resolved.
No. Go to step 2.
Yes. Contact Dell for technical assistance.
No. Go to step 3.
Yes. The memory module(s) were defective. The problem is resolved.
No. Contact Dell for technical assistance.
Posted on Nov 06, 2007
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