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It just froze. The Power button is usually located on the front or side of the computer, typically indicated by the power symbol. To my surprise it worked!
Just turn the keys on and off and if the lights go ON and OFF then your system is working. We bought a dell XPS 630i only about 6 months ago, but of course it only has a 3 months warranty, and they will not help us at all. I read the rest of the posts and know that you are really the best. During taking it apart I also clean it...
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I was astounded and would give it a try. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-computer/solved-computer-is-slow-again-help.html Best wishes! I had my computer off for almost a month. Unfortunately, i'm still stuck.
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Do you have any suggestions? Then after a few tries it went back to no monitor, no USB Etc. Still had to hold down ctrl and alt.
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Came with 2, 512 memory. If you don't find this option, another idea is to run an online search for application updates.Problem: An application is frozenSometimes an application may become stuck, or frozen. If it does, I should replace the memory cards and then remove the video card and try again. have a peek at these guys You're the best!
I then changed the cd-rom to see if that was the problem but the problem remains. If you read my last post, you'll see that this is part of my explanation to test if your motherboard and processor are both in good working condition. I'm running a hp Media, XP with an ASUS PTGD-LA Mobo. If not, I have a MB problem, correct?
If everything seems to be going, what is stopping it from booting up? Help would be appreciated. Perform these tests and inform me about the results.