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I have a dell E510 desktop. It will not turn on. However, the green light on the motherboard is lite up. I tried to replace the CMOS, reset the memory sticks and even replaced the PSU. still nothing working. Any help would be greatly appreciated

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I suggest you to remove cmos battery ram module and cpu together and leave them for a couple of hours then put them back also you can try to clean ram with a pencil rubber. other thing may be helpfull try to find cmos jumber and reset the bios not to remove battery

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