Question about Dell OptiPlex GX270 PC Desktop
About the only thing I can think might be happening is that your computer is trying to turn on because of network activity, but it's not succeeding. Most motherboards with integrated network interfaces support "wake on LAN", which lets the PC start up if its network connection becomes active. Check your BIOS settings, and disable the wake on LAN. I don't know for sure where in the BIOS pages it is or exactly what it's called, but you'll find the setting there. (I'm not home now, but I have a GX series machine I will hook up later and check. I will post a follow-up with more details about the BIOS settings. Now I'm curious.)
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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