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Hi,
 
According to you, there are no beeps, the fans work, the HDD works, so presumably the system boots up OK. It's just that you have no display.
 
So why do you suspect the power supply?
 
YourIf your monitor is working OK, it should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OKcoming from the desktop. Check the monitor's onboard menus to at least prove that the monitor does have some functions working, e.g. the screen works
YourIf your monitor is working OK, it should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OKcoming from the desktop. Check the monitor's onboard menus to at least prove that the monitor does have some functions working, e.g. the screen works
 
Can you try another monitor?
 
To answer your question though. Here is a link to the [http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_desktop/esuprt_inspiron_desktop/inspiron-531s_owner%27s%20manual_en-us.pdf|user manual] for your desktop. Scroll to p.79-80 to view what the different power light conditions tell you about the state of the power supply in the computer.

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Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
According to you, there are no beeps, the fans work, the HDD works, so presumably the system boots up OK. It's just that you have no display.
 
So why do you suspect the power supply?
 
Your monitor should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OK. Check the monitor's onboard menus to at least prove that the monitor does have some functions workingworking, e.g. the screen works
Your monitor should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OK. Check the monitor's onboard menus to at least prove that the monitor does have some functions workingworking, e.g. the screen works
 
Can you try another monitor?
 
To answer your question though. Here is a link to the [http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_desktop/esuprt_inspiron_desktop/inspiron-531s_owner%27s%20manual_en-us.pdf|user manual] for your desktop. Scroll to p.79-80 to view what the different power light conditions tell you about the state of the power supply in the computer.

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Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
According to you, there are no beeps, the fans work, the HDD works, so presumably the system boots up OK. It's just that you have no display.
 
So why do you suspect the power supply?
 
Your monitor should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OK. Check the monitor's onboard menus to at least prove that the monitor does have some functions working
 
Can you try another monitor?
 
HereTo answer your question though. Here is a link to the [http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_desktop/esuprt_inspiron_desktop/inspiron-531s_owner%27s%20manual_en-us.pdf|user manual] for your desktop. Scroll to p.79-80 to view what the different power light conditions tell you about the state of the power supply in the computer.
HereTo answer your question though. Here is a link to the [http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_desktop/esuprt_inspiron_desktop/inspiron-531s_owner%27s%20manual_en-us.pdf|user manual] for your desktop. Scroll to p.79-80 to view what the different power light conditions tell you about the state of the power supply in the computer.

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Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
According to you, there are no beeps, the fans work, the HDD works, so presumably the system boots up OK. It's just that you have no display.
So why do you suspect the power supply?
Your monitor should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OK. Check the monitor's onboard menus to at least prove that the monitor does have some functions working
Your monitor should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OK. Check the monitor's onboard menus to at least prove that the monitor does have some functions working
Can you try another monitor?
 
Your monitor should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OK. Check the monitor's onboard menus to at least prove that the monitor does have some functions working
 
Here is a link to the [http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_desktop/esuprt_inspiron_desktop/inspiron-531s_owner%27s%20manual_en-us.pdf|user manual] for your desktop. Scroll to p.79-80 to view what the different power light conditions tell you about the state of the power supply in the computer.

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Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
Why do you suspect the power supply?

According to
According to you, the system boots up withthere are no beeps, the fans work, the HDD works, it'sso presumably the system boots up OK. It's just that you have no display.
So why do you suspect the power supply?
Why do you suspect the power supply?

According to
According to you, the system boots up withthere are no beeps, the fans work, the HDD works, it'sso presumably the system boots up OK. It's just that you have no display.
So why do you suspect the power supply?
 
Can you try another monitor?
 
Your monitor should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OK. Check the monitor's onboard menus to at least prove that the monitor does have some functions working
 
Here is a link to the [http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_desktop/esuprt_inspiron_desktop/inspiron-531s_owner%27s%20manual_en-us.pdf|user manual] for your desktop. Scroll to p.79-80 to view what the different power light conditions tell you about the state of the power supply in the computer.

Status:

open

Edit by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,
 
Why do you suspect the power supply?
 
According to you, the system boots up with no beeps, the fans work, the HDD works, it's just that you have no display.
 
Can you try another monitor?
 
Your monitor should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OK. Check the monitor's onboard menus to at least prove that the monitor does have some functions working
Your monitor should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OK. Check the monitor's onboard menus to at least prove that the monitor does have some functions working
 
Here is a link to the [http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_desktop/esuprt_inspiron_desktop/inspiron-531s_owner%27s%20manual_en-us.pdf|user manual] for your desktop. Scroll to p.79-80 to view what the different power light conditions tell you about the state of the power supply in the computer.

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Original post by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi,

Why do you suspect the power supply?

According to you, the system boots up with no beeps, the fans work, the HDD works, it's just that you have no display.

Can you try another monitor?

Your monitor should at least indicate a no signal condition if there is no display and it, (the monitor that is), is working OK.

Here is a link to the [http://downloads.dell.com/manuals/all-products/esuprt_desktop/esuprt_inspiron_desktop/inspiron-531s_owner%27s%20manual_en-us.pdf|user manual] for your desktop. Scroll to p.79-80 to view what the different power light conditions tell you about the state of the power supply in the computer.

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