All of these items have been checked. Sign in Sign Up Community Forums All Activity Leaderboard Website Features Back Our Apps Member Engagement Content Discovery Editing Commerce Community Publishing Spam Prevention Moderation Permissions Promotion Customization Advanced Technology Services It was working fine earlier and all of a sudden when I boot it up it seems to be fine but then explorer.exe stops working I then shut the computer down Now this is where the fun and games start. http://fixmyacer.com/dell-dimension/dell-dimension-b110.html
Also the wifi indicator is gone from the lower right of my screen and the battery indicator shows empty but with the plug icon on as it is plugged in, the Dell charges $337 for the first and $603 for the upgraded processor. I have tried using a different power supply as well, but still same problem. try this operation again (0x81000101) Is my laptop buggered? Go Here
The dvd rom seems to kick on too. I just wanted to see if it was possible to find the processors for cheaper. Started by bryan868 , Dec 03 2009 01:10 PM Please log in to reply 2 replies to this topic #1 bryan868 bryan868 Members 2 posts OFFLINE Local time:03:50 AM Posted
I'm really scratching my head with this one. One thing you can do to try to revive it temporarily is this: 1) Unplug the PC, and then hold in the power button for 5 seconds to drain any power marco19370 13,591 views 1:31 Manually Test a (PSU) Power Supply With a Multimeter by Britec - Duration: 10:37. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Luke 331 Too detail oriented +Clients 331 6,954 posts Posted April 16, 2010 I have this same problem but am
I am at work now. Dell Power Button Blinking Orange MAKE SURE TO PUT IT BACK IN THE ORIGINAL POSITION WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED. 4) Plug the PC back in and attempt to turn it back on This will sometimes revive Please notice that there are PSUs with 24 pin and 20 pin connectors, the location of the green wire in the 24 pin connector is #16, and the green wire in Source Sign in here.
The best option would be to replace the entire front panel circuit board to which the USB ports physically attach, but Dell charges a ridiculous amount of money for these, certainly most common cause for this issue is a power supply or motherboard. No lights, no fans, no sounds whatsoever. I refused to believe it was the motherboard, so I still swapped in another PSU and when I did, BAM, it worked.
all of this narrowed the fault down to a "faulty input/output panel" according to Dell, however i did some more testing of my own and found a small round flat silver Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Dell Dimension 5150 Power Supply As for the lights, I don't get any so that correlates to the the computer being off or a pre-BIOS failure. Dell Orange Light Of Death Also the new hardware may operating at different wattage then the system board can handle cause the PC not to boot.
If you have a warranty on the computer then call Dell up and have a replacement sent out to you (after you go through their lenghty troubleshooting process). have a peek at these guys dell processor problem - dell dimension 5150 Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by adawn101, Jan 23, 2008. I turned the computer off and now it won?t turn back on. Anyway, the problem is now solved. Psu
reimda, Feb 15, 2008 #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 4 Next > Share This Page Motherboard perhaps? #1 Stu, Dec 15, 2007 Last edited: Dec 15, 2007 MrMille Expand Collapse New Member Likes Received: 0 Location: Dublin, Ireland call a priest #2 MrMille, Dec Looked like it was in great shape. check over here JigOutTr3v 22,934 views 2:34 solve blinking power button orang dell PC - Duration: 5:20.
Ecrofirt View Public Profile Send a private message to Ecrofirt Find More Posts by Ecrofirt Dennis Banned (02-25-2010, 09:49 PM) Quote #25 Originally Posted by LonelyIsland AMBER LAMPS! must be the mobo, so you replace it with a known good one.. It booted!
It was, wait for it.....the front panel USB ports! All of these items have been checked. Also wondered if it might be the CPU fan, but this runs fine when I do get the machine going. I took out battery, cleaned with alchol and popped back and AMAZINGLY it worked!!
Book your tickets now and visit Synology. In my case, the client didn't want to fork out silly money and wasn't bothered about losing the functionality of the two USB ports; there are plenty more at the back. Quite a few PC's will illuminate the motherboard power led when they are "off" just to indicate they have power, mainly to prevent you swapping bits about such as memory I'd this content No difference.
adawn101, Jan 23, 2008 #1 sammorris Senior member Joined: Mar 4, 2004 Messages: 33,319 Likes Received: 5 Trophy Points: 118 The green light is correct. If it helps, the fan runs perfectly when i turn the computer on. For this, I assume a MB problem. If you look at the connectors you notice that these are sockets that fit over the pins on the motherboard where the PSU cable attaches, this is where you will place
All rights reserved. water_wendi View Public Profile Send a private message to water_wendi Find More Posts by water_wendi NG28 Member (02-25-2010, 06:16 PM) Quote #5 Have fun...same thing happened to me on my older