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Dell 8200 mobo problems

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I got a 8200 dimension the power doesn't stay on, when I turn it on the power goes on then it just shuts off. no beeps, nothing.. I changed the power supply but that wasn't the problem. could it be the mobo? or the cpu. I know there was a power surge that could have damaged it. But I would like to know what you guys think.. I think its the mobo
post #2 of 10
8200 is notorious for heatsink/CPU fan failure.

Does power light turn any interesting colors - like stay amber?

Do you even get any post?
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nope, power goes on for a secound then shuts right off, the fans turn a little bit, but it seems as if there is no power getting to the mobo..
post #4 of 10
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do you think I need a new mobo? I have a 8250 mobo I can get, do you think the hardware would transfer over from the 8200 without any problems??
post #5 of 10
Sounds to me like a PSU issue. But then again I could be wrong, either way you might want to try a jumper on the PSU to see if it is actualy working right. Just connect a jumper wire to the PS-ON# slot to the ground just bellow it Refer to the picture at the bottom, connect a fan to one of the 4 pin connectors and turn on the PSU if the fan doesnt stay running then the PSU is toast, and that sounds exactly like your problem I had a Ultra Xconnect do that after only a couple hours.
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post #6 of 10
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exactly what I thought so I pulled a working psu and stuck it in the 8200 and got the same results. one split secound of power and then it shut down. I'm using the PSU in the computer I'm on-line with,so I know that one works.
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Has anyone got an answer i'm confused on this one
post #8 of 10
hmmm if satansmurf is right then there could be damage to the cpu, your only way to tell is pull the cpu out n test it in some else's pc ? and then that will narrow your search for the problem down, hope this helps
    
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post #9 of 10
Could be a dead heatsink. Is everything properly seated? If the heatsink died, then maybe your CPU did too.
post #10 of 10
I dunno how the hsf looks on that dell but I'd suggest putting a new 70mm fan on the hs; if you don't have a fan to blow the cool air down towards the cpu then...well you know the rest
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