Dell 2350 no power, green light

April 5, 2009 at 18:50:42
Specs: Windows XP

When i attempt to turn on my computer, NOTHING is just dead. I opened up the computer case and attempted to turn it on again with the case open, and again nothing happens, but I notice the light on the motherboard turns on when I plug in the cord to the computer. The light is green and it does not flash (stays a solid green). The light is triggered when I plug in the computer (not when I press the front power button).

But this light is the only sign of life from this computer. Anyone have any ideas on what this could be?? I thought it could be the powersupply...but I don't want to spend the money on a replacement until I'm sure.

Also, I looked for any flashing lights (diagnostic codes) on the back of my computer...and there are none.

Thanks for any help.

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April 5, 2009 at 20:32:12
Why did you post what appears to be exactly the same info as you posted earlier today??

Double posting is against the rules of this site and this post may be deleted in a short time!!

Look in your original Topic for my answer.

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April 5, 2009 at 20:45:32
what?? I did not post this twice.
I don't know what you're seeing....but I did not purposely post this twice.
If you're seeing it in two different places...I don't know what to tell you. wow...way to make a person feel welcome.

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April 6, 2009 at 05:49:05
Daysable, I'm sorry if you feel unwelcomed but i'm afraid the way that this site is set up, you have been caught in a lie. The user id (daysable) is identicle and worse yet, the text from the first message is identicle to this message which means that you had to cut and paste from the first one. That, of course tells us that you are aware that you posted this twice but tried to hide that fact. It would have been better to cop to it and recognize its futility.

John W. Borelli
IT Specialist

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