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Dell inspiron 8500 starts to boot, then shuts down, no video and the fans are not running

What do you think the problem is?, a bad motherboard and can it be fixed

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  • cgeek Mar 05, 2008

    Thank you very much for your help.



    I believe it is a bad mother board. Do you know if it can be repaired?

  • ENIKAN Mar 31, 2008

    AM HAVING A PROBLEM WITH MY DELL MOTHERBOARD, THE BOARD IS RECEIVING LIGHT,WHAT CAN I DO,gbade4life@yahoo.com

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I suspect if its starting the boot process then shutting down.
Problem may be
1: Virus or Spy ware.
2: Two antivirus programs installed. I
3 Installation improper.
4 Or hard drive or bad Memory ( Memory Failed)
5: Mother Board damaged

Regards
rafique

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

  • Rafique Mannasaheb Mar 06, 2008

    Very difficlt to repair. Please see the mother boards for any capacitors are blown puffed etc. Alternatively replace the mother board.

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