| || |
Join Date: Jun 2011
Re: Dell Optiplex GX270 Shuts Off At Desktop Screen
I have went through the board pic that you have showed in the link but then when I see at the same location then it appears to be some kind of a red chord and I it is attached hardly and I am not able to unplug it gives me a feeling that it will get stretched but I wonít come out and it is pulling the board in fact and I will like to inform you that it use to happen like this before but then it used to get started after some tries and I was also able to a yellowish hue on the power button previously but after it had shut off last time I have not noticed that yellowish hue again. I donít know what to do because I have not opened my cpu like this before so everything seems to be new for me the only thing that I have noticed well is that a old capacitor is appearing to be leaked so should I try pulling it out and then attaching it again
I really wont suggest you not to pull anything from the board other then the connector and if you are saying that the capacitor is appearing to be leaked or it is appearing to be bulging from the top then I think that there is some problem with it and it is also possible that you will have to get it replaced but then for doing that I will suggest you to take it to the service center and then let them do their work and I really wont suggest you to figit with it any if it is quite old then I will say that it would be better for you to get a new computer than getting it repaired or replaced and I will like to inform you that the white connector which is plugged in to your computer must be having a latch on the side and it must be depressed to release the connector so you can just try to move it a bit but then donít just pull it in a wrong manner because it can then damage the board and you will run in to some other problem as well.