Question about Dell Dimension 9200 PC Desktop
Couple of things to try.
Before we go into trouble shooting steps make sure you aren't on carpet and are grounded. Always make sure the system is powered off when you start removing hardware.
1. Remove everything but the most critical components from the motherboard. basically all you want plugged in is the memory.Unplug or remove any pci or pci express cards, the hard drive, and any other piece of hardware on the board that isn't critical.
2. If the system still doesn't post then try alternating ram sticks to see if perhaps one has gone bad.
3. If the same thing still occurs then chances are your power supply has gone bad. you can test it by plugging in a none good one but make sure you buy a power supply for a dell because they are inverted in the case and a regular power supply will not fit in the case.
hope this helps
Posted on May 02, 2010
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