Question about Dell (E210882) Motherboard
I have a e210882 motherboard in a emachine h2862 computer, I am not getting any power and was looking for the motherboard manual online and have not had any success. Please direct me to where I can find the manual or offer possible solution.
For skwertos: Pwr on/off switch connection on MB is J9G1 pins 6 & 8877413
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
I have one of these boards. Its also known as a D945GCL motherboard and the product guide can be found at http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d945gcl/sb/CS-023154.htm
In addition there is a 90 page technical specifications document, a quick reference, an update sheet, etc. To make sure we are talking apples and apples makes sure to check the picture against your board.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
Ok, so the fix I found was to cut to the chase and replace the Main Board. I tryed everything and the PS, HD & CD / DVD drives, PCI cards, memory, power switch, cabling, virtually everything was fine except the Main Board. I wouldn't promote any particular seller but I found a replacement, new in box, upgrade MB by FOXCONN on eBay and the model I opted for was a 661MXPlus but there may be other options that I would have preferred such as a SATA drive controller built-in. This model had an 10/100M lan, USB 2.0, 6 channel audio and AGP 8x built-in but the same IDE controller. It fit the case with a separate back panel for the new plug configuration and worked fine. The website is www.foxconnchannel.com. Good Luck.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
Guys its the actual power button jump the pins and see for yourself...
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
I have seen these problems with almost every E210882 motherboard that comes through my shop. It turns out that there is a problem with the power supply, which in turn is damaging the motherboard and cpu. After talking with Intel and Dell, they are recommending replacing all three parts. Typically the motherboard will be replaced with a different board, so there is most likely at the very least an operating system repair process, at the most an operating system load involved. Good luck!
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
This usually works to determine if the board is the guilty one, when everything else seems to be ok:
Unplug the power cord, remove all hardware, keeping the needed things: CPU, RAM and VGA card. Then, short the MB´s power switch pins for a few seconds. This will unload the capacitors on most devices. Replug power and try to boot up. After that, add all your hardware, one piece at a time, and booting everytime to see if it turns up.
REMEBER TO UNPLUG POWER CORD BEFORE REMOVING OR ADDING HARDWARE. Though its only 12 and 5 volts inside, 300watts is enough juice to make you aware of it.
If you find the part that locks your system, remove-it, do the capacitor unload procedure, and keep adding the remaning parts using the same method. I found that most times, the floppy is the guilty one, because it tends to overload when there are power surges, even if the surge does not shutdown immediatly.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
Download intel active monitor from intel. run it. on ifo tab ->
it will tell you your motherboard's modle number. The
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
Front panel pin connection
Posted on Dec 09, 2010
This motherboard is an intel D845 mother board so use google search and you should find a site which will give you manual for the motherboard.
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
These boards use firmware...if it is corrupted or out of date for any reason system failures will happen. download the firmware and it will recon all affected pathways. for no power issues, replace the power supply with the next highest watt and do not restart or turn off until firmware is installed or downloaded.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
Have you checked the power switch? Friend of mine was having the same problem and after several hours of swapping m/b's and power supplies we hooked up a power switch from a different case and the power came on without any problem.
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
Check on DELL computers site / thier version is the OPTIPLEX 210L.
sounds like the power supply went south, or there is a peripheral pci card, or module shorting out thr power supply. try this after documenting the hardware configurations you could pull components one at a time and check to see if it powers up. if it is the supply you can use a standard atx power supply that supports the 24 pin motherboard interface and the 4pin pci bus power connector. good luck
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
E-Machine T2862. I need to know where to plug 1) green and white labeled POWER LED
2)black and white labeled POWER SW
3)red and white labeled H.D.D LED on motherboard
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
How i can get the manual of the motherboard E210882
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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