I had ordered a new motherboard like I mentioned before, same type, for DELL XPS600 from Ebay and it works!! Only light is a small yellow one on the motherboard, the fans just keep running. Memory modules are detected, but a memory failure has occurred. The best test for Power Supplies is to test by using a known working one I wonder why your tech didn't just do that Are you sure he's a tech? check over here
Unknow white computer case These smart TVs were apparently... This happens: The fan goes into overdrive mode making so much noise and my pc won't boot up into windows (I have a suspicion it is the power supply in my Advanced Troubleshooting 55 × Show quick links Table of Contents Diagnosticlights Previous page Next page 1...515253545556575859 Advertising Related Manuals for Dell XPS 600 Laptop Dell XPS 600 Service Manual (80 May 7, 2010 #17 peregrine9 TS Rookie Multimeter Hey thanks for responding.
Then I took one out. Jun 30, 2011 at 1:24 AM #2 theeldest Joined: Feb 7, 2006 Messages: 695 (0.17/day) Thanks Received: 155 Location: Austin, TX System Specs System Name: WAZAAM! Do you think it's the power supply? Dec 18, 2009 #9 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244 +235 It should say the wattage on a label attached to the side of the supply.
All times are GMT -5. You could also try getting an aftermarket cooler for it (socket 775 compatable) which would work much better. Checked and all the fans are working OK. anything over 400 to 500 watts from any good supplier such as Directron, NewEgg, ZipZoomFly, Frys, Tech Depot, and so on.
I cant hear the Hardrive at all due to the fans blowing so loudly.Click to expand... to the 3.3V, 5V, and 12V lines... The fan in question is under the green box on the bottom right of the picture. Continue until you have identified a faulty module or reinstalled all modules without error. • If available, install properly working memory of the same type into your computer (see "Installing Memory"
Would be awesome with my 8800 Ultra or a 7950GX2. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dell-xps-600-will-not-boot-up.139647/ A replacement is easy to install with the disc set that came with your computer. If the fan that gets loud is pushing air through the power supply, then that is probably your problem. Make sure your heatsink is fully seated and the fan is working.
Ask a question and give support. check my blog That's the power supply. It's a proprietary PSU. and so on...
Sounds normal to me tho, oh and Ive taken out the graphics cards I have two 7800 gtx's in SLI and replaced it with a crummy 64mb ati card to see Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. Similar Topics Dell XPS m2010 won't boot Sep 28, 2008 Dell XPS M1530 won't boot Oct 24, 2009 Dell XPS 600 will not boot up? this content Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.
Ive tried everything Ive pulled the pins to reset the bios removed the battery and took the machine apart and put it all back together only to have the same results. domestics to European Saloons. » More about our Automotive Communities iRV2 RV Forum Airstream Trailer Forum Forest River Forums Fiberglass RV Forums Wander The West Jayco RV Forum Luxury Coach Forum My question was why the power button went amber and the diag #4 lite went green without pressing the power button when the power was plugged in.
No, that model should not normally give you beeps or sounds other than the whirring of the CPU cooler fan and the power supply fan. Thanks again...cloys1 Dec 18, 2009 #7 kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524 cloys1 said: ↑ The Tech had a special meter which he could plug in all the cables from the power Log in or Sign up TechPowerUp Forums www.techpowerup.com Forums > Hardware > General Hardware > Welcome to TechPowerUp Forums, Guest! Booted up just fine for the first time.
So my initial reaction I thought one of my video cards was dead. May 6, 2006 Dell XPS M1530 had parenthesis during boot up in BIOS (won't boot) Jun 25, 2011 Alienware Area-51 5500 or Dell XPS 600? Dec 19, 2009 #15 peregrine9 TS Rookie Tested power supply Hello all I tested the power supply myself with a meter at each pin on the psu. have a peek at these guys Mar 12, 2008 #5 Matthew TechSpot Staff Posts: 5,279 +94 He's not positive, no.
I plug the computer in and no power lights come on, the fans just start running. Mar 12, 2008 #10 Xeroxipe TS Rookie Topic Starter Yes there is activity with the harddrive Anyway I can make it so my mother board doesn't think its over heating But now when I put the pc on. but reports nothing about how much power, or which rails, or anything else...
Apr 18, 2008 #21 as400k TS Rookie I tried a brand new PSU and that didn't do anything for me. If you use any other power supply that is known good, and you have the same result as before, then the problem is elsewhere... I will open it up again tomorrow and post any findings. Jun 30, 2011 at 7:47 PM #3 Arjento New Member Joined: Nov 4, 2009 Messages: 18 (0.01/day) Thanks Received: 2 theeldest said: ↑ There are a few fans in that system.
From U.S. weswes Computer Networking and Internet Hardware 3 06-11-2007 07:57 PM Dell to finally ship PCs with Linux Osiris Linux and Open Source 7 05-13-2007 04:54 AM cannot install vista.. TechSpot is a registered trademark. My best guess is that Maxtor is bad.
I pulled one out and rebooted and it started up fine (except slow as hell). Mar 11, 2008 #2 Xeroxipe TS Rookie Topic Starter nope. it merely means the power cord is plugged into the wall. I cant hear the Hardrive at all due to the fans blowing so loudly.
If it's not a fan, it's almost guaranteed to be your HDD as Raybay suggested. Ask a new question Read More Support Light Dell Studio Xps Related Resources solved troubleshooting my dell studio xps 8100 desktop with windows 7 operating system...amber solid lights on both monitor At first I had the diagnostic light 3 on, which suggests cpu problem. Hide thumbs 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
May 7, 2010 #22 peregrine9 TS Rookie Changed Psu So I had to buy a new psu for the other comp that I was worried about and before I installed it Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.