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PC will not turn on

My Dell PC will not turn on after I shut it down. When it is plugged in the light on the power button flashes.

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  • smilenow Feb 19, 2008

    Hi,



    Thank you for the quick response. I don't recall haering any beeps and I have not changed anything on the computer. But I have not shut down the computer in months. I usually leave it on all the time but I thougth I was wasting electricty so I turned it off.

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Unplug power cord, press power button f a few bseconds, plug power cord back in, wait for 5 seconds and turn power on. This worked for me.

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I had a similar problem on my Dell Dimension E520
The Help Line Instructed To Switch Off
Remove the cover
Find the Memory Cards
Gently remove then And Carefully Replace Them
This Worked For Me So You Might Like To Give This A try
I think That One Of them Must Have Been Loosened Through Vibration
Good luck

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Got this link posted by some expert (ginko) here, hope it can described more about regarding in your Laptop..

http://www.fixya.com/support/t403660-laptop_died

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Hello, have you changed anything on your machine, do you get any error beeps?

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    Steve Martyn Feb 19, 2008

    your welcome, have you plugged out the mains cable (Kettle Lead) from the back of the pc for a few minutes, Dell PSU's have been know to trip out. This usually sort's it out, let me know how you get on, Steve...

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