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DELL 9200 blinking orange power button LED

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/08/09

I had distributed my DELL 9200 machines over some family and friends.

After 10+ years, one of them was showing the [Wayback/] “blinking orange” power button LED. Usually this means a power supply issue and in this case [Wayback] these are tower machines compatible with a regular ATX power supply.

So the fix was a basic power supply exchange like mentioned here:

Note: if you have steady orange power button LED blinking, then you need to check the main-board capacitors as this video below shows.


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Dell Dimension 9200 Updated to 8GB. – General Hardware – Desktop – Dell Community

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/06/24

From old stock, I still had a few of these machines and gave them away maxed out at 8 GB with a Windows x64 installation and SSD.

You need 4 of these: 2GB DDR2 PC2-5300 @ 667Mhz non-ECC non-registered memory DIMM. Faster DIMMs work too. Registered DIMMs don’t work.


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Dell Dimension 9200/DXP061: 8GB is possible (via: Type of memory for Dimension 9200/DXP061 – Tech Support Guy Forums)

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/01/18

Though my [Wayback/] Dell Dimension 9200/DXP061 machines already had 4 gigabyte of memory, I just learned they can go to 8 gigabyte of memory.

Multiple source confirm that it is possible to put 8 GB of memory in a Dell Dimension 9200/DXP061 (aka “Dell XPS 410”):


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