Question about Dell OptiPlex GX620 PC Desktop
Sorry to say but any liquid other than mineral and vegetable oil will permanently damage a motherboard. So the urine may have caused the damage, or the contact cleaner could have. The Orange/Amber lights on Dell systems mean either the RAM is not seated properly which is usually an easy fix, just take them out and put them back in, but if that doesn't work your motherboard is dead, and you will have to inquire dell for a replacement. Good Luck, and thanks for using Fixya as your Go-to source for information.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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