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RE: Dell Optiplex GX620 SFF no boot, no screen activity

Update the Bios to A11.  2 gig sticks work with A11.  They DO NOT WORK until you update bios to A11.

http://www.dell.com/en-us/work/shop/accessories/apd/a6993732

 

 Regardless of OS or Bios or CPU max Ram is 3.5 gigs  total.  64 bit os DOES NOT Change this.  Adding pentium D  915 will allow you to install all versions of windows from MSDOS and 3.1 thru XP, VISTA, 7, 8, 10.

LOW DENSITY INTEL COMPATIBLE RAM is required.

https://www.amazon.com/Dell-A6993732-DELL-Part-SNPKU354C/dp/B001R84DGG

 

  • Manufacturer part SNPKU354C/2G
  • Dell part A6993732

 

Designed For
Dimension 5100, E510, XPS 600, XPS 600 Extreme, XPS 600 Primus; OptiPlex 320, 320n, 740, GX520, GX620, GX620 DT, GX620 MT, GX620 SFF, GX620 USFF; Precision Fixed Workstation 380, 380 ADVANCED, 380 ESSENTIAL, 380 Premium Power Basic; XPS 200, 600

 

Other models in this family like the Dimension 5150 are limited to 3.25 gigs ram max regardless of cpu or 64 bit os etc.

These limitations are chipset limitations and cannot ever be changed.

This product is compatible with the following systems:

  • Precision Workstation 380
  • XPS 600
  • Dimension 9200
  • XPS 410
  • Dimension E520
  • Dimension E521
  • Dimension C521
  • Dimension 9200C
  • OptiPlex 745 SFF
  • Optiplex 740 DT
  • Optiplex 320 DT
  • XPS 710 (750 Mw Power Supply)
  • OptiPlex 745c
  • Optiplex 740 MT
  • OptiPlex 745 MT
  • OptiPlex 745 DT
  • XPS 710 (1 Kw Power Supply)
  • Optiplex 755 Energy Smart MT
  • Optiplex 755 Energy Smart SFF
  • Optiplex 755 Energy Smart DT
  • Optiplex 755 Energy Smart USFF
  • Inspiron 530s
  • Inspiron 531
  • XPS 420
  • OptiPlex 330 DT
  • Precision Workstation T3400
  • XPS 720 Red
  • Vostro 410
  • Inspiron 518
  • Inspiron 519
  • OptiPlex 360 DT
  • OptiPlex 960 DT
  • OptiPlex FX160
  • OptiPlex 760 DT
  • Inspiron 530
  • OptiPlex 160
  • OptiPlex 745 USFF
  • XPS One A2010
  • OptiPlex 960

 


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