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Posted 21 April 2012 - 12:28 PM

HI,I have this PC that not doing very well and one the things that happen was when i push the
power button,but pulled the plug on the back of it and plugged it back in and started right
before even when pushed on little reset button it would not start up,unplug and plug back in it would.
This PC is going to be replaced but would just like to know what cause this problem,THANK'S

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Posted 21 April 2012 - 02:08 PM

The same Dell system you have previously posted abour regarding video problems?

If so, I'd be thinking possible motherboard issues.



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Posted 21 April 2012 - 02:31 PM

HI,hamlius,Sorry about confusion when comes to my PC'S,the video problems were not really problems,i just needed to known
if a GE FORCE 7300GS Would interchange with a GE FORCE 6150LE,downloaded Speccy to the DELL E521 found out they both have
NVIDIA cards,it appears that this house is a black hole for PC problems.
The start problem is just something i would like to know the why of for future reference,as to why PC will not start up without unplugging power cord.

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