This is one of those tiny compact cases that Dell used briefly. It looks really neat and fits into a small desk area well. This is actually a replacement PC. The original one actually did pretty much burn up ... it destroyed the hard drive (the data reconstruction company said that it appeared to have gotten too hot), damaged memory and the mother board. Once all of those pieces were replaced, the power unit failed. It was a pretty poor experience and I was no longer patient with Dell sending me parts every day to install. So they replaced the PC. The replacement Dell sent was this 5100C, their next generation but still a compact case.
The other complication is that it is a SATA drive. I am just beginning to think that SATA drives and compact cases are not meant for each other.
My current plan is to wait to test tomorrow with the Dell Diagnostics. Got any better ideas?