After have check online the led light message, i understood it was a ram problem, I have try to remove and replace them exchange them... nothing, when remove one I could turn on, but if I change the slot or invert the ram, I can turn on with both, so problem are not the RAM.... any ideas?? thanks
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It seems that this could very well be the same problem I have.
I don't know how to link to the other discussion but I posted the same problem in :
Everything runs just fine with 1 RAM stick but if two sockets are filled it cannot boot, blinking 2x amber 3xwhite.
Running the Dell system diagnostic (one only one RAM stick is in) returns NO error.