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Computer Freezes At Start Up Dell Dimension 4700 Problem

I do not know what the info other in the other tabs means. One highly rated member eluded to the fact that they would not fit the original case, while others say they have replaced their parts. Carefully remove each stick of ram in turn. JCFlakJan 24, 2008, 3:28 AM Been watching this thread for months. http://tenten10.com/computer-freezes/pc-freezes-after-start-up.php

I cannot get into windows at all--I can't even get into the startup screen. Same problem as mentioned earlier. dropped processes down from 70 8O to 32). I started my computer today and got a black screen with white text stating: X300 SE 128MB P/N 113-a33406-100 And nothing else. visit

Dell OptiPlex GX620 PC Desktop Start your question with What, Why, How, When, etc. save bias setting default. IF you have a extra nice video card, you might be able to just unplug it and run with the integrated one. She has a blue screen message.

I've never had any problems with it before--in fact I was instancing in WoW last night before I went to bed. could you help me with this? I have been searching for an answer to this problem for hours. I think you've already said randomly though.

I stopped using this dell about a week ago when the parts came for my new computer. Dell Latitude C610 Notebook Blue screen when I close the top of my laptop or shut it off This error relates to video drivers. As I said in the beginning all that happens is that the CPU cooling fan works nothing else Related Resources solved Dimension 8400 wont boot up Http://www tomshardware com/forum/51352-2-dell-dimension-8400-wont-boot Changed power my review here Hello and welcome to CHF!

Anymore advice will be helpful. Repair Help & Product Troubleshooting for Dell Dimension 4700 PC Desktop Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. The errors says: Press F1 To Continue Error. Check your Hard disk.(hdd is temp memory only accepted) So you change hdd.ananddhouniWed May 09, 2012 looks very promissing forum to solve UR tech probspentanetworksSun May 13, 2012 Thanks, your ideas

Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads HandyostSep 20, 2006, 2:11 PM Thanks for answering my problem. A few days later (after cleaning lady (a factor or not??)) it was (is) absolutely dead again. Thanks so much once again everyone!**Edit** K so i did find in my reading that I had to go into setup and change the boot sequence order so that the cd

It started with my computer freezing so I restarted it and I notice my windows was starting weird with 0's across the black screen. http://tenten10.com/computer-freezes/computer-freezes-please-help.php After uninstalling software the system can takes some time to reconfigure before loading your desktop.If the uninstall of Symantec completed and prompted you for a reboot, I think you should be I found a MOBO on ebay for AU$33.08 and fixed it. Thanks!

Is it easy to replace? Then when I logged on I notice my graphics card wasn't there or working. DONT BUY A DELL lostandwanderingMar 14, 2007, 1:35 AM This problem seems really weird. weblink No external lights front or back, no sound, no fan, nothing changed when I hit power on.

My Dell doesn't do anything when I try to power up. I'm trying to find information on it now but it's mostly for if the cd actually BOOTS:| So yea..haha! I just ordered a PS hoping that will be the last thing I need to replace.

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

Hi Erika, have you tried pressing F8 when it starts booting (keep pressing it before dell bios screen fully loads)you should get a black screen with options, scroll up to with I'll build a new one from (not Dell) parts. The weird thing is that my computer will start up every now and again and act perfectly normal (all be it very rarely), but most of the time it goes crazy I'm doing it in safemode of course, just seems to be taking long.

Thanks for any suggestions. Hopefully the Dell power supply will fit in the case I get (or can be "persuaded") but the heatsink fitting will be a problem, I may need to get a new The MOBO had to go as it is damaged, but there's no point re-using the CPU is it runs too hot which caused the problem in the first place.Oh one more check over here They guy at dell tells me hes sending me a whole new tower and that i can just plug my current hard drive into it.

Dunno if that's got anything to do with it. The early P4 prescotts used in these Dells were simply too hot, and consumed too much power, especially in conjunction with a decent graphics card, for the stock PSU to handle Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.Good luck and kind regards.Thank you for using FixYa. Its just about as wide as it is long.

Mine is about 7 years old. Click on the start button to demonstrate the instruction on how to disable Press F1 To Continue.Start Start Step 1As you can see from this shot i took of my computer,