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Wandrade357
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Dell Dimension B110

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Hello Everyone,

First time posting a question in these forums, I recently received a Dell B110 from a coworker, which seems intact on the inside apart from the HDD coming loose from its original place. Unfortunetely my collegue did not have the original power cord. Would anyone be able to tell me what type of power cord I need to buy, although I have a general idea of which type it is, I rather be 100% sure and not risk damaging the computer (if it still works of course). My ultimate goal is to either rebuild as a new computer or upgrade certain of its components, I'm trying to achieve a Comptia A+ certification and figured this would be a good place to start.

Also, can anyone tell me if and how I'd be able to view its information on an LED TV since for now I'm trying to avoid buying a monitor.

Thank you,

Wilmer

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RE: Dell Dimension B110

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The Dimension 1100 / B110 uses standard power cord that all other computers use.

NEMA 5/15 standard Monitors also use this. The only issue would be not in the usa you may need to change the 110 / 220 switch on the power supply.

It only comes with analog VGA standard so if your tv does not have vga you arent going to get a 14 year old computer working on an LED TV.

 


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RE: Dell Dimension B110

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Also, can anyone tell me if and how I'd be able to view its information on an LED TV since for now I'm trying to avoid buying a monitor.

Sparkle GT610 video card

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Wandrade357
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RE: Dell Dimension B110

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Thank you SpeedStep.

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Wandrade357
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RE: Dell Dimension B110

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Thank you rdunnill.

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