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If the power light is blinking amber— A device might be malfunctioning or might be incorrectly installed.
Remove and then reinstall the memory modules (see "Memory" for module installation procedures).
Remove and then reinstall any cards (for installation procedures, see "Adding and Removing Parts" for your computer type).
Remove and then reinstall the video card, if applicable (for installation procedures, see "Adding and Removing Parts" for your computer type).
If the problem persists, contact Dell.
Also look on the back of the computer at the 4 diagnostic lights. you can find the codes HERE
What I would suggest is after you check your lights, Start pulling components out of your systems. Disconnect all externat devices from the computer. Then start pulling all cards out of the system, Pull all your ram and disconnect the power going to the drives.
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Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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