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Bad power supply but check power source first

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You must be facing any of these four issues:
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Power issue - the system does not turn on at all. In this case check the AC adapter and the battery.

No POST - You may have to check the Memory, Hard drive and the optical drive. Can also be an issue with the video card2.gif/ key board/ mouse/main board which can prevent the system from turning on.
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No Boot - Issue with the Operating system2.gif. Try booting into safe mode and check whether the system turns on perfectly. If so try to uninstall all the software you do not use. and may also consider a system restore2.gif. else consider a Dell Complete factory restore.

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