Question about Dell (E210882) Motherboard
Intel E210882 Motherboard can't start when I press power SW
> Check the power connection to your computer in good condition.
> Remove the SW on the motherboard connection and switch on the computer by using the SW pin tespen to affect positively and negatively. (To make sure the button on / off function)
If your computer can be turned on this means that the button on / off there is a problem but if the contrary, create a test on your computer power supply box in a manner which was troubleshooting with the power supply box which is still functioning properly or even better one.(Problems on the motherboard can also cause your computer can not be turned on)
If you have to do some tests and the problem is not coming from your motherboard, I believe there is no problem for your computer is switched on and used as usual.
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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