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#1 pumpkinslion

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Posted 06 January 2011 - 10:30 PM

when i press monitor power on button, error [no signal input or cable unplugged [not sure what this means, no signal? cable,what cable? and then when i plug in the blue part that goes in back of tower,the error message disappears and screen is black but power light is on [its a dell desktop,please tell me what is going on and how to solve this issue,please be detailed cause i am new at this and need to know how to solve this,,thanks.p.s also when i press my tower power on button i see the fan in back running but then it cuts off and when i press tower power on button it blink and shuts off
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#2 BeachBumLI

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Posted 07 January 2011 - 07:10 AM

Sounds like your power supply might be fried. I've had that problem with my dimension laptop as well. Does it make a high pitched noise quick like it wants to start, then quickly dies out?
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