Dell Dimension 8400 Desktop Wont Power Up
Fortune Cookie says: Fortune not Found: Abort, Retry, Ignore? The result was the same - the power LED was steady yellow/amber, the CPU fan spooled up to hyperspeed, no HD activity or video output, and the 4 status LED's on Recently my Dell Dimension 8400 will not power on. I simply wanted to use the Dimensions hardware to install XP on the new GX280. http://xmailing.net/dell-dimension/dell-dimension-8400-power-supply-help.php
Thanks to all who took the time to post what worked, you just saved me $$$ and a lot of frustration! The second time the "disconnect the USB devices" trick failed me. It just continues with the YYYYG flashy message. I switched the PSU and unplugged all the devices (IDE drives, HDD etc).
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Hope this will help people who just replace PSU, seeing that nothing change and lost drive to fix the machine. it resumes normal usage and works perfect.. My dell dimension 8400 will not let me type in the system password on start up Parent's Dell Dimension 8400..
Back in 2005 I build nice for that time machine with ABIT FATALITY MB and Intel Pentium 4 519 3.06GHz / 1MB Cache / 533 FSB / Socket 775 / Processor. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... I had just started playing a game and everything froze on the screen and since nothing else was working, I powered off. soccerrmMay 8, 2007, 10:43 PM My 8400 has been running quite well for about 2 years it seems like everybody else's and is still on warranty.
when i turn it on the cpu cooling fan comes on and sounds like it wants to take off. Dell Dimension 8400 Diagnostic Lights The hard drive light would only blink once for a split second and then go off for good. Gepubliceerd op 10 feb. 2013My computer all of a sudden is not booting up. have a peek at these guys Try to power off and it wasn't responsive.
Now orange blinking turns into green….yes…PC is booting But last week the PC was for 1 week with power off due to a holiday. I am just wondering what the numers are: rev a00 and rev a10. MluiryApr 19, 2007, 7:32 PM Hi I had a similar problem I also found that changing the power source and the CPU helped me solve it, but I had some advice Using restore points and other software troubleshooting techniques, it is possible to overcome such issues.
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I'll cover all guts with thick plastic and tape around, till I get all shaving done. Googling gives me conflicting answers. <<...and they were talking about replacing the old power supply from a rev a00 to a rev a01.>> FWIW: The thing to remember about the Web...is Dell Dimension 8400 Power Supply Specs Use your old Dell XP CD to install Windows XP, then call Microsoft to activate by phone, give them the product key on the side of the Dell case, and tell Dell Dimension 8400 Specs Was this post helpful?
This worked, all rebooted and came up OK. navigate here Juan N 21.467 weergaven 1:10 Dell Dimension 8400 hard drive swapout with Windows XP reload - Duur: 36:49. Check the front, one of the mother usbs had the black part missing and a bent pin. I have tried all the options mentioned above..but none of them worked.
Opened up the system - no dust, no bent pins on usb or lan connector. This is where I realised what the problem was, there was a severe lack of pins on the underside of the processor, they were all still nice and neatly in their I havent done anything yet but will try a CPU as soon as I can, HandyostNov 16, 2006, 2:50 AM I bought a USED Pentium 4 3.2 Ghz 541 800mhz SL8J2 Check This Out Advertisement wormman Thread Starter Joined: May 1, 2004 Messages: 3 Computer will not power up.
Kies je taal. When I plug it in the only indication that some power Thread Tools Search this Thread 11-02-2009, 07:53 AM #1 LotsOfLoot Registered Member Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: This old Dell has been running for years without a problem.
Had the same problem on my Dell Dimension 3000 and now everything is just back to normal. Costa Rica Kid January 25, 2008 at 9:00 pm Reply I am
Test.. 4.- Remove all expansion cards. Leads me to think it might be a device or driver, but all the drivers seemed to check out. Reconnect only the necessary external cables, including power, mouse, and keyboard. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: PSU by Kees_B Forum moderator / August 29, 2011 10:42 PM PDT In reply to: Dell 8400 power up issues???
Like someone else already posted here, I have to wonder if it isn't a result of temperature changes. If I'd paid closer attention I would have replaced the mobo first.Ironically, a couple weeks later the PSU went out (simply no power except flashing yellow light on power button), but Modem and Router help please [SOLVED] Cable Modem Keeps going offline -... this contact form I tried any combination of installed cards but always the same result: the network card cause the blinking light.
in all my years of IT. Get the answer HoseSep 7, 2006, 5:43 PM Out of warranty? I started with the cheapest part and worked my way up (all purchased on ebay)--new heatsink tower, PSU, CPU, then motherboard. Funny thing is the dell power supply would just swin up and whien at high pitch.
I had to disconnect everything and found that the faulty part was the connector for the floppy.