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Pin header is there in front right side .connect 20 with 21 pins to power on
Posted on Dec 14, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds as though your PF keys are disabled by the BIOS settings. Try this:
Upon cold start or reboot get to the BIOS setup. You may have to press F2 or delete, or whatever key the first POST messages instruct you to use. Different BIOS manufacturers use different keys, and you have to be quick to interrupt the boot process using the correct key. If you fail to determine what key it is, reboot once again, until you see/read what key does the job.
Next, once you're into the setup screens, look for a section where you can set/deny access to the F8, F9, F10 etc keys during the boot process.
Make sure you ENABLE them, following the instructions on what keys to use to set/reset these choices. Make sure you SAVE AND EXIT.
On the next reboot, upon the disappearance of all POST messages, make sure you press the F8 key repeatedly until you see your OS boot options menu, among which you'll find Safe Mode.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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DELL web ,Good Luck with it
Got You Tech Guide Book http://www.dell.com/downloads/global/products/optix/en/Opti760_Tech_Guidebook_July_1_2009_Sustaining.pdf
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
Dell Optiplex 760 Vista
Max CPU Intel Q9550
Max RAM 8GB RAM
Largest HDD Shipped 1TB (Will likely Support 2TB)
Max Intel Northwood 2.53 GHz - 533
Max RAM 2GB
Largest HDD Shipped was 200GB (Will likely support 500GB)
Dell Dimension XPS D300
Max CPU 333 Pentium II
Max RAM 384MB
Largest HDD Shipped 16GB (Will likely Support up to 80GB)
Dell Dimension XPS M
Max CPU 166S
Max RAM 64 MB
Largest HDD Shipped 4.3 GB (Max HDD likely 20GB)
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
SOURCE: When dell optiplex 760 pc
rmove the memory from the slot and clean it with a neat cloth and insert and switch on the computer if still not working remove the processor heat sink and clean it with a cloth apply some thin layer of heatsink solvent and fix them tightly also remove the cmos battery from the motherboard and switch on the computer then shutdown the computer and replace camos battery
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
THERE CAN BE SOME PROBLEMS LIKE:FAULTY MOBO,MEMORY STIKS OR PSU.SO YOU NEED SOME EXPERIENCE TO WORK OUT
Posted on Mar 29, 2012
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