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Power supply seems to cut out periodicaly. If the

Power supply seems to cut out periodicaly. If the power cable is removed and reseated it cures the problem until it returns again

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Dry goint on powersupply somewere.

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* Remove the power surge and connect the power cable directly to the wall socket.

* Remove the power cable of the tower and try connecting the monitor's power cable to the tower and check if it works( mostly both power cables are the same).

* Remove the power cable to mobo and reseat the connector and ground connectors per other posts - check if power supply(fan at the back of the computer next to where you plug in the power cable) fans turns on and check if CPU fan spins.

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Correct, the only step you can try is to reseat the memory chips. it should fix the problem. the power supply seems to be good here, as well as bad.
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why good? becasue it is supplying the power to the computer and the only reason you see the light on the tower.
why bad? becasue the power supplied is not enough for the computer to start.
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There are several different solutions for this as posted at this Forum.

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/51352-2-dell-dimension-8400-wont-boot

1) A lot of people have just removed the Jumper for the CMOS and turned the Power back on and back off and replaced the jumper and/or removed the battery.

2) Several people have reseated the Memory and after booting back up it worked.

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