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8200 inspiron wont start up

All light switch on when press power button, but then no fans etc, no but up etc ...
how can i solve the problem?
i tried to remove both ram and tested them - both works perfectly ... any help please?

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  • attardmarkan Sep 25, 2009

    no nothing, i got a new power supply(charger) which works ok as well ...

    what do you mean by the fuse in the plug?

  • attardmarkan Sep 25, 2009

    no nothing, i got a new power supply(charger) which works ok as well ...

    what do you mean by the fuse in the plug?

  • attardmarkan Sep 26, 2009

    problem solved - trouble was comin from the video card - replaced the card with another extra one - and it worked . . .

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Assuming the fuse in the plug hasnt blown...do the fan(s) in the power supply go round? If not then the power supply needs replacing.

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

  • Anonymous Sep 25, 2009

    Sounds like either the motherboard or the CPU is broken. CPU's dont usually break so check the motherboard for any blown capacitors.

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