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I have a Dell dimension 2350 with a Bluford E139765 system (mother) board. The original owner is deceased so I do not have much history. The green light on the board comes on when power is supplied indicating there is power to that point. I cannot get anything else to power up or show any sign of life or power. Dell was limited in their assistance because I am not the owner of record. I did get the specs and checked the wireing harness's and connections. Is there something I am missing? (DUH) This is the first Dell I have dealt with. I am not impressed so far. I build my own. :) :tazz:

Thanks in advance to anyone that can help me.

My email address is: dakingg@peoplepc.com
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I would download the manual for that model from Dell. Also go to the motherboard manufacturer's web page and see if you can find a manual for that. Armed with that documentation, you should be able to isolate the problem. There are some basic tests, like removing the ram and on post, if you don't hear beep codes, the motherboard is probably bad.
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