No sounds at all. Replaced the cpu and turned it on. Reply With Quote 01-04-2009,11:40 AM #28 Desert JATO View Profile View Forum Posts RC Turnbuckle Jr. I say carefully because an air compressor can easily blow parts off the boards; a small canned air duster is a much safer choice. this contact form
It seems odd that all would have the same failure and no visible damage. Her veteranary software support person told her to buy another computer and put her hard drive into the new computer. So will it be really MB failure. She said the computer was freezing up because of a thermal problem. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19253544
I also had to replace the heatsink mounts on the mobo because the ones dell use will not work. Unfortunately I don't have any working supplies so swapping parts that can't be independently tested are inconclusive. Your memory useage should not be affected by any thermal issue and I would suspect you have more than just a CPU cooling issue....
We now buy HP desktops - more reliable! If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. I've given the computers back for now, but I may try installing the hard drive into a computer that has been observed to be running. Dell Optiplex Fan Running Full Speed Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go?
Note: Canned compressed air can create humidity when being used on the circuits, make sure you have the power cord removed from the PC before applying canned air..... Dell Gx280 Diagnostic Lights It's running at full speed all the time because the computer is overheating, or nearly overheating. Reseat it. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/dell-optiplex-gx280-fan-running-very-fast-at-startup.901835/ a picture will be helpful.
The front panel cable. Gx280 Fan Speed High Thread Status: Not open for further replies. If they are bulging or leaking, it is time for a new PC. If it's nearly 100% when the computer shouldn't be doing anything, though, you'll want to switch back to the Processes tab to identify the culprit.
With so many I thought there might be a way to fix these with some part swapping. http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/132593-Fan-Noise-Dell-OptiPlex-GX280-SOLVED pcfixvideo2012 3.832 visualizaciones 3:05 Dell Optiplex GX280 SFF Cooling MOD part 2 - Duración: 2:11. Dell Gx280 Fan Noise Solution the core temp didin't rise above 42 C as the max temp for this cpu is 70 the only difference is that the new fan plug connected to the power supply Dell Optiplex Gx280 Flashing Amber Power Light Inicia sesión para que tengamos en cuenta tu opinión.
That's just thiderastic." -txus.palacios "Clouds are silent, cold, and wet. weblink oracle1118 23.688 visualizaciones 2:05 Dell Optiplex GX280 Cooling MOD - Duración: 1:26. I recapped them fully, including the little ones (many of which were 85* lytics). i'm sure that newer core 2dou pc's are far better, but this problem just occurs recently. Dell Optiplex Gx280 Solid Amber Power Light
Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/901835 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? so any one have any ideas? Diagnosing Optiplex GX280 boot-up problem Started by Richard Hufford , Jul 01 2010 12:59 PM Please log in to reply 6 replies to this topic #1 Richard Hufford Richard Hufford Members navigate here Sounds like busted capacitors. 0 Anaheim OP Barryz Sep 22, 2010 at 11:05 UTC A solid amber light on the power button is the power supply or power related.
Acción en curso... Dell Desktop Fan Noise And then within 5 seconds the CPU fan starts to crank up. Reply With Quote 08-31-11,02:34 PM #3 ilcrba View Profile View Forum Posts Registered Join Date Jul 2011 Originally Posted by Janus67 check for popped capacitors, especially on the GX270s.
Yes 85C can cause problems, no it's always the problem when 85C caps are present. - I would give replacing them a shot. - TC would skip them and trash & Here is my cpu. Cargando... Computer Will Not Turn On But Fans Are Running Note: keep a distance at the back because it's blocking the fans output btw, your pc looks very cool at night Reply With Quote 01-04-2009,09:50 AM #25 xlt69er View Profile View
So I put in a coolermaster 450w PSU and tested it with no HDD's CD's etc. I could feel the heatsink starting to get warm so i put the fan back on top of it and I can feel it cool it down so much that I I put a fan controller so I can control the fan speeds. http://transcoderesearch.com/dell-optiplex/dell-optiplex-gx280-power-supply-replacement.html Even the slightest hint of bloating on one is a sure indicator several are shot and the board will likely be unstable if you don't replace them.
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