Question about Dell OptiPlex GX270 PC Desktop
Does the noise sound like this? Click Shhhhhp Click Shhhhp repeating in a ryhthmic fashion? If it does and you have an IBM/Hitatchi Deskstar hard drive then you have what is known as the "click of death" meaning that the hard drive has bit the dust. I have never been able to recover from this on those drives.
If this is not it then look at this.
With no video output and being that the Optiplex GX270 was in the run of "bad capacitor" mobos you may have blown capacitors on your motherboard. Open the case and look at all of the capacitors that have a "+" or "X" on them. They should be perfectly flat and not bulged at the top or leaking any stuff. DELL, along with other PC manufacturers got bit by a cheap company that sold cheap capacitors that were faultily manufactured. If any of them are bad then your computer will not work right.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
U must tell me that the which type of sound is this. eg.- 1beep, 2beep, 3beep, 1long 1short or 1 long.
and ur motherboard and processor's name.................
Posted on May 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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