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tommyshank The Inspiron 580 does not use a Dell proprietary power supply. The Dell Inspiron 580 Mini Tower can use most generic standard ATX power supply units, with either a 24-pin or 20+4-pin main motherboard power connector, with...

...same RAM as you specified here for the Inspiron 580 Tower, after putting the RAM in it... What make was the memory? The Inspiron 580 MT only supports a maximum of 8gb ...com/store/listparts.aspx?model=Inspiron%20580&Cat=RAM Have you tried...

Depends on 32 or 64 bit OS Dell Inspiron 580 Memory I suspect that 4 gig DDR3 dimms are prohibatively...non-removable base memory 0MB Machine name: Dell Inspiron 580 CPU options: - Intel Core i3 Processor - Intel...

...DATA BACKUP DataSafe 2.0 Online Backup 2GB for 1 year edit My Service ALSO INCLUDED WITH YOUR SYSTEM Inspiron 580 Inspiron 580 HARD DRIVE 1TB - 7200RPM, SATA 3.0Gb/s, 16MB Cache VIDEO CARD Integrated Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator...

...to the Linksys WMP54GS PCI Wireless Adaptor, the Inspiron 580 motherboard has one PCI slot. No, to the 'DVD...rightly the Dimension supports IDE DVD/CD drives, the Inspiron 580 has no IDE support, only SATA. More Info,. HERE...

...DATA BACKUP DataSafe 2.0 Online Backup 2GB for 1 year edit My Service ALSO INCLUDED WITH YOUR SYSTEM Inspiron 580 Inspiron 580 HARD DRIVE 1TB - 7200RPM, SATA 3.0Gb/s, 16MB Cache VIDEO CARD Integrated Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator...

...conflicting opinions about RAM upgrades to the Inspiron 580. The comprehensive specs say that it's...but the BIOS upgrades list that the 580 (I think this is update A05): Dell...Systems: Dell Inspiron 580/580s Version: A05 Release Date: 05...
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I have an Inspiron 580 S with Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit. I purchsed the USB 4.0 IO Gear GBU521 adapter to connect to primarily a Bose Wave Length...

I have an Inspiron 580 with a Pentium G6950 and a 300 watt powersupply. Can I update it to an i5 650 and use the same fan, heat sink, and power supply ? Thanks for any advice.

Replace the $3 coin cell battery on the motherboard. That might not be the answer to the crashes, but it will keep the correct date. Check your manual for instructions but it is usually a CR2032 battery available at any store--Kmart, drug stores, grocery stores etc.

Ran the hard drive tests all night - PASSED. All the other system tests PASSED. Still believe the problem is a Drive Number was assigned to the recovery partition and it should not have one. Can someone tell me how to remove the drive number but still keep the partition marked as active.

It did not help, but I spent some time with Dell tech support (I guess it's still under support warranty) and it seems to be caused by a third-party (non-Dell) driver installed by some app. This driver prevents it from recognizing the monitor properly.

When you first power on a PC, and before Windows starts, the video is in a basic VGA mode, and its not detecting the monitor type. When you start Windows in safe mode this is also the case. I don't think the monitor type has much bearing in Safe Mode.

You're welcome. You might be better off getting the Studio XPS 7100 which is probably pretty close in price to the 580 if you're getting the i5 and you will get more for the money. The AMD CPU offered is better than the i5's all for just...

You can try the /fixboot command described at that link and then see if it boots. If that doesn't fix it then use /fixmbr, with the cavaet I noted above. As soon as you get this fixed, back up all your files on external media asap, to be safe.

...concerns directly with Dell, my experiences have been, that Dell will not change the desktop's default power supply, that's installed. Sometimes a desktop has an alternate power supply offered, but this will listed in the computer's specifications...

i have the same problem i can't find the option in the BIOS did any one managed to solve this ?

it seems that the BIOS will recognize by it self if there is VGA card installed or not and it will automatically change to the VGA if it detected it but in my case I've tried high-end VGA card 470 Super Clocked and of course i changed the Power Supply and it didn't work when i put low end VGA card

From the front of the motherboard, the ports are blue, black, white, black, and as you can see in the photo, they are numbered 1,2,3,4. There is no internal card of any kind; all slots are empty.

"EXPAND" is an older DOS command that is little used. It's designed so that (back in the olden day of 5.0) you could expand the files off of one disk onto another as part of an OS install. So If you wanted to do this it'd be akin to:

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