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Dell™ OptiPlex™ 380 Service Manual—Mini-Tower
Working on Your Computer
Specifications
Removing and Replacing Parts
System Board Layout
System Setup
Diagnostics
Notes, Cautions, and Warnings
NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your computer.
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WARNING: A WARNING indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death.
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System Setup
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Boot Menu
Navigation Keystrokes
Entering System Setup
System Setup Simulation
System Setup Menu Options
Boot Menu
Press <F12> when the Dell™ logo appears to initiate a one-time boot menu with a list of the valid boot devices for the computer.
The options listed are:
Internal HDD
CD/DVD/CD-RW Drive
Onboard NIC
BIOS Setup
Diagnostics
This menu is useful when you are attempting to boot to a particular device or to bring up the diagnostics for the computer. Using the boot menu does not
make any changes to the boot order stored in the BIOS.
Navigation Keystrokes
Use the following keystrokes to navigate the System Setup screens.
Navigation Keystrokes
Action
Keystroke
Expand and collapse field
<Enter>, left- or right-arrow key, or +/–
Expand or collapse all fields
<>
Exit BIOS
<Esc>—Remain in Setup, Save/Exit, Discard/Exit
Change a setting
Left or right-arrow key
Select field to change
<Enter>
Cancel modification
<Esc>
Reset defaults
<Alt><F> or Load Defaults menu option
Entering System Setup
Your computer offers the following BIOS and System Setup options:
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Bring up a one-time boot menu by pressing <F12>
Access System Setup by pressing <F2>
<F12> Menu
Press <F12> when the Dell™ logo appears to initiate a one-time boot menu with a list of the valid boot devices for the computer. Diagnostics and Enter Setup
options are also included in this menu. The devices listed on the boot menu depend on the bootable devices installed in the computer. This menu is useful
when you are attempting to boot to a particular device or to bring up the diagnostics for the computer. Making changes in the boot menu does not make any
changes to the boot order stored in the BIOS.
<F2>
Press <F2> to enter System Setup and make changes to user-definable settings. If you have trouble entering System Setup using this key, press <F2> when
the keyboard lights first flash.
System Setup Menu Options
NOTE: System Setup options may vary depending on your computer and may not appear in the exact same order.
General
System
Board
Displays the following information:
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System information: Displays BIOS Info,, System Info, Service Tag, Express Service Code, Asset Tag, Manufacture Date, and the
Ownership Date..
Memory information: Displays Installed Memory, Usable Memory, Memory Speed, Memory Channel Mode, Memory Technology,
DIMM_1 Size, DIMM_2 Size, DIMM_3 Size, and DIMM_4 Size. .
Processor information: Displays the Processor Type, Processor Speed, Processor Bus Speed, Processor L2 cache, Processor ID,
Microcode Version, Multi Core Capable and HT Capable 64-bit Technology..
PCI information: Displays available slots on the system board.
Date/Time
Displays the computer date and time. Changes to the system date and time take effect immediately.
Boot
Sequence
Specifies the order in which the computer attempts to find an operating system from the devices specified in this list.
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Onboard or USB Floppy
Hard drive (lists the model number of the hard drive currently installed in the computer)
Onboard or USB CD-Rom Drive
USB Device
Drives
Diskette drive
This field determines how the BIOS configures floppy drives, Operating Systems with USB support will recognize USB Floppy drives
regardless of this setting:
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Disable - All Floppy drive are disable
Enable - All floppy drive are enable.
The "USB Controller" Setup option will affect floppy operation.
SATA Operation
configures the operating mode of the integrated hard drive controller.
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RAID Autodetect / AHCI = RAID if signed drives, otherwise AHCI
RAID Autodetect / ATA= RAID if signed drives, otherwise ATA
RAID On / ATA= SATA is configured for RAID on every boot
Legacy = The hard drive controller is configured for legacy mode
Legacy mode provides for compatibility with some older operating systems that do not support native resources assigned to the drive
controller.
NOTE: RAID Mode is incompatible with ImageServer. Disable RAID mode to enable Image Server.
S.M.A.R.T.
Reporting
This field controls whether hard drive errors for integrated drives are reported during startup. This technology is part of the Self Monitoring
Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) specification.
This option is disabled by default.
Drives
Enables or disables the SATA or ATA drives connected to the system board.
System Configuration
Integrated NIC
Enables or disables the integrated network card. You can set the integrated NIC to:
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Disable
Enable (default)
Enable with PXE
Enable with ImageSever
ImageServe is incompatible with RAID mode. Please disable RAID if enabling ImageServer.
PXE is needed only if intending to boost to an operating system located on a server, not if you are booting on an OS located on a hard
drive in this computer.
This field enable and disable the internal USB for FlexBay, you can set:
USB for Flexbay
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USB Controller
Disable - Internal USB for FlexBay is disable
Enable - Internal USB for FlexBay is enable
No Boot - Internal USB for FlexBay is enable, but not bootable. (default)
Enables or disables the integrated USB controller. You can set the USB controller to:
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Enable (default)
Disable
No boot
Operating systems with USB support will recognize USB Storage
Parallel Port
Identifies and defines the parallel port settings. You can set the parallel port to:
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Disable
AT
PS/2 (default)
EPP
ECP No DMA
ECP DMA 1
ECP DMA 3
Parallel Port Address Sets the base I/O address of the integrated parallel port.
Serial Port #1
Identifies and defines the serial port settings. You can set the serial port to:
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Disable
Auto (default)
COM1
COM3
The Operating System may allocate resources even though the setting is disabled.
Serial Port #2
Identifies and defines the serial port settings. You can set the serial port to:
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Disable
Auto (default)
COM2
COM4
The Operating System may allocate resources even though the setting is disabled.
Miscellaneous
Devices
Enables or disables the following onboard devices:
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Front USB
PCI slots
Audio
Video
Primary
Video
This field determines which video controller will become the primary video controller when 2 controllers are available in the computer. This
selection matters only if there are 2 video controller present.
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Auto(default) - Use the add-in video controller.
Onboard/Card - Use the integrated video controller unless a Graphic care is installed. A PCI Express Graphic(PEG) card will override and
disable the integrated video controller.
Performance
Multi Core
Support
This field specifies whether the processor will have one or all cores enable. The performance of some application will improve with the
additional cores.
Intel® SpeedStep™
This Option enables or disables the Intel® SpeedStep™ mode of the processor. When disabled, the computer is placed into the highest performance state and the Intel® SpeedStep™ applet or native operating system driver are prevented from adjusting the processor's performance. When enable. the Intel® SpeedStep™, enabled CPU is allowed to operate in multiple performance states.
This option is disabled by default.
C States
Control
This option enables or disables additional processor sleep states. The operating system may optionally use these for additional power saving
when idle.
This option is disabled by default.
Limit CPUID
Value
This field limits the maximum value the processor Standard CPUID Function will support. Some operating systems will not complete installation
when the maximum CPUID Function supported is greater than 3.
This option is disabled by default.
HDD Acoustic
Mode
This option allows you to optimize your hard drives performance and acoustic noise level based on your personal preferences.
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Bypass(default)- Do nothing (needed for older drives)
Quiet- The drive is slower, but quieter.
Suggested - Allow drive manufacturer to select the mode.
Performance- The drive is faster, but possibly noisier.
Virtualization Support
Virtualization
This Option specifies whether a Virtual Machine Monitor (VMM) can utilize the additional hardware capabilities provided by Intel® Virtualization
Technology.
Enable Intel® Virtualization Technology - This option is disabled by default.
VT for Direct
I/O
Enables or disables the Virtual Machine Monitor (VMM) from utilizing the additional hardware capabilities provided by Intel® Virtualization
technology for direct I/O.
Enable Intel® Virtualization Technology for Direct I/O - This option is disabled by default.
Trusted
Execution
Field specifies whether a Measured Virtual Machine(MVMM) can utilize the additional hardware capabilities provided by Intel® Trusted
Execution Technology. The TPM Virtualization Technology and Virtualization Technology for Direct I/O must be enable to use this feature.
Enable Intel® Trusted Execution Technology - This option is disabled by default.
Security
Administrative
Password
Provides restricted access to the computer's system setup program in the same way that access to the computer can be restricted
with the System Password option.
This option is not set by default.
System Password
Displays the current status of the system password security feature and allows a new system password to be assigned and verified.
This option is not set by default.
Password Changes
Enables or disables the user from changing the system password without the administrative password.
This option is enabled by default.
TPM Security
Enables or disables the trusted platform module (TPM) security.
You can set the TPM security to:
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Deactivate (default)
Activate
Clear
NOTE: When TPM Security is set to Clear the system setup program clears the user information stored in the TPM.
CPU XD Support
Enables or disables the execute disable mode of the processor.
This option is enabled by default.
Computrace(R)
Enables or disables the optional Computrace® service designed for asset management.
You can set this option to:
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Deactivate (default)
Disable
Activate
SATA-0 Password
Displays the current status of the password set for the hard drive connected to the SATA-0 connector on the system board.
You can also set a new password. This option is not set by default.
NOTE: The system setup program displays a password for each of the hard drives connected to your system board.
Power Management
AC Recovery
Determines how the computer responds when AC power is re-applied after a power loss. You can set the AC Recovery to:
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Power Off (default)
Power On
Last State
Auto On Time
Sets time to automatically turn on the computer.
Time is kept in the standard 12-hour format (hours:minutes:seconds).
Change the startup time by typing the values in the time and AM/PM fields.
NOTE: This feature does not work if you turn off your computer using the switch on a power strip or surge protector or if Auto Power On is
set to disabled.
Low Power Mode Enables or disables low power mode.
This option is disabled by default.
When low power mode is enabled, the integrated network card is disabled when the computer shutsdown or hibernates. Only add-in
network cards will be able to remotely wake the computer.
Remote Wakeup
Allows the computer to power up when a network interface controller receives a wake up signal. You can set Remote Wakeup to:
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Suspend Mode
Sets the power management suspend mode to:
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Fan Control
Override
Disable (default)
Enable
Enable with Boot NIC
S1
S3 (default)
Controls the speed of the system fan.
NOTE: When enabled, the fan runs at full speed.
Maintenance
Service Tag
Displays the Service Tag of your computer.
Asset Tag
Allows you to create a system asset tag if an asset tag is not already set.
This option is not set by default.
SERR Messages
Controls the SERR Message mechanism.
This option is enabled by default.
Some graphics cards require the SERR Message mechanism be disabled.
Image Server
Lookup Method
Specifies how the ImageServer looks up the server address.
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Static IP
DNS
NOTE: You must set the Integrated NIC to Enable with ImageServer to set the Lookup Method.
ImageServer IP
Specifies the primary static IP address of the ImageServer with which the client software communicates.
The default IP address is 255.255.255.255
NOTE: You must set the Integrated NIC to Enable with ImageServer to set the ImageServer IP.
ImageServer Port
Specifies the primary IP port of the image server with which the client software communicates.
The default IP port is 06910.
Client DHCP
Specifies how the client obtains the IP address.
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Client IP
Static IP
DHCP (default)
Specifies the static IP address of the client.
The default IP address is 255.255.255.255
NOTE: To set Client IP you must set Client DHCP to Static IP
Client SubnetMask
Specifies the subnet mask for the client.
The default setting is 255.255.255.255
NOTE: To set the Client SubnetMask you must set Client DHCP to Static IP
Client Gateway
Specifies the gateway IP address for the client.
The default setting is 255.255.255.255
NOTE: To set the Client SubnetMask you must set Client DHCP to Static IP
License Status
Displays the current license status.
Post Behavior
Fast Boot
When enabled (default), your computer starts more quickly because it skips certain configurations and tests.
NumLock LED
Enables or disables the NumLock feature when your computer starts.
When enabled (default), this option activates the numeric and mathematical features shown at the top of each key. When disabled, this option
activates the cursor-control functions labeled on the bottom of each key
POST
Hotkeys
Allows you to specify the function keys to display on the screen when the computer starts.
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Keyboard
Errors
Enable F2 = Setup (enabled by default)
Enable F12 = Boot menu (enabled by default)
Enables or disables keyboard error reporting when the computer starts.
This option is enabled by default.
sign-on displays a message stating the keystroke sequence required to enter the Manageability Engine BIOS Extensions(MEBx) Setup program.
MEBx Hotkey
This option is enabled by default.
Set the maximum memory for operating system to load while installation. If enabled the maximum available memory is 256 MB RAM.
OS Install
This option is disable by default.
Reason being some operating system will not complete install with more then 2 GB of memory.
System Logs
BIOS Events
Displays the system event log and allows you to:
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Clear Log
Mark all Entries
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Coin-Cell Battery
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Removing the Coin-Cell Battery
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Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Pull the retention clip away from the coin-cell battery.
3.
Lift up the coin-cell battery from its socket and remove the battery from the computer.
Replacing the Coin-Cell Battery
To replace the coin-cell battery, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Removing the Cover
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Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Pull back the cover release latch.
3.
Tilt the cover from the top outward.
4.
Remove the cover from the computer.
Replacing the Cover
To replace the cover, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Diagnostics
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Dell Diagnostics
Power Button Light Codes
Beep Codes
Diagnostic Lights
Dell Diagnostics
When to Use the Dell Diagnostics
It is recommended that you print these procedures before you begin.
NOTE: The Dell Diagnostics software works only on Dell computers.
NOTE: The Drivers and Utilities media is optional and may not ship with your computer.
Enter system setup (see Entering System Setup), review your computer's configuration information, and ensure that the device you want to test displays in
System Setup and is active.
Start the Dell Diagnostics from either your hard drive or from the Drivers and Utilities media.
Starting the Dell Diagnostics From Your Hard Drive
1.
Turn on (or restart) your computer.
2.
When the DELL logo appears, press <F12> immediately.
NOTE: If you see a message stating that no diagnostics utility partition has been found, run the Dell Diagnostics from your Drivers and Utilities media.
If you wait too long and the operating system logo appears, continue to wait until you see the Microsoft® Windows® desktop. Then shut down
your computer and try again.
3.
When the boot device list appears, highlight Boot to Utility Partition and press <Enter>.
4.
When the Dell Diagnostics Main Menu appears, select the test that you want to run.
Starting the Dell Diagnostics From the Drivers and Utilities Disc
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Insert the Drivers and Utilities disc.
Shut down and restart the computer.
When the DELL logo appears, press <F12> immediately.
If you wait too long and the Windows logo appears, continue to wait until you see the Windows desktop. Then shut down your computer and try again.
NOTE: The next steps change the boot sequence for one time only. On the next startup, the computer boots according to the devices specified in the
system setup program.
3.
When the boot device list appears, highlight Onboard or USB CD-ROM Drive and press <Enter>.
4.
Select the Boot from CD-ROM option from the menu that appears and press <Enter>.
5.
Type 1 to start the menu and press <Enter> to proceed.
6.
Select Run the 32 Bit Dell Diagnostics from the numbered list. If multiple versions are listed, select the version appropriate for your computer.
7.
When the Dell Diagnostics Main Menu appears, select the test you want to run.
Dell Diagnostics Main Menu
1.
After the Dell Diagnostics loads and the Main Menu screen appears, click the button for the option you want.
Option
Function Express Test Performs a quick test of devices. This test typically takes 10 to 20 minutes and requires no interaction on your part. Run Express Test first to
increase the possibility of tracing the problem quickly.
Extended
Test
Performs a thorough check of devices. This test typically takes 1 hour or more and requires you to answer questions periodically.
Custom Test
Tests a specific device. You can customize the tests you want to run.
Symptom
Tree
Lists the most common symptoms encountered and allows you to select a test based on the symptom of the problem you are having.
2.
If a problem is encountered during a test, a message appears with an error code and a description of the problem. Write down the error code and
problem description and follow the instructions on the screen.
3.
If you run a test from the Custom Test or Symptom Tree option, click the applicable tab described in the following table for more information.
Tab
Function Results
Displays the results of the test and any error conditions encountered.
Errors
Displays error conditions encountered, error codes, and the problem description.
Help
Describes the test and may indicate requirements for running the test.
Configuration Displays your hardware configuration for the selected device.
The Dell Diagnostics obtains configuration information for all devices from system setup, memory, and various internal tests, and it displays
the information in the device list in the left pane of the screen. The device list may not display the names of all the components installed on
your computer or all devices attached to your computer.
Parameters
Allows you to customize the test by changing the test settings.
4.
When the tests are completed, if you are running the Dell Diagnostics from the Drivers and Utilities disc, remove the disc.
5.
Close the test screen to return to the Main Menu screen. To exit the Dell Diagnostics and restart the computer, close the Main Menu screen.
Power Button Light Codes
The diagnostic lights give much more information about the system state, but legacy power light states are also supported in your computer. The power light
states are shown in following table.
Power Light
State
Description
Off
Power is off, light is blank. The computer is either turned off or is not receiving power.
Solid Blue
Power light is steady blue and the computer is not responding, ensure that the display is connected and powered on.
Blinking
Blue
Blinking
Amber
Indicates the computer is in standby mode. Press a key on the keyboard, move the mouse, or press the power button to resume normal
operation. If the power light is blinking amber, the computer is receiving electrical power, a device such as a memory module or graphics card
might be malfunctioning or incorrectly installed.
Indicates the computer is receiving electrical power but a device such as a memory module or graphics card might be malfunctioning or
incorrectly installed.
Solid Amber
Indicates the computer is facing the power issue or an internal device is malfunctioning.
Beep Codes
If the monitor cannot display error messages during the POST, the computer may emit a series of beeps that identifies the problem or that can help you
identify a faulty component or assembly. The following table lists the beep codes that may be generated during the POST. Most beep codes indicate a fatal
error that prevents the computer from completing the boot routine until the indicated condition is corrected.
Code Cause
Cause
1
BIOS checksum failure.
Possible system board failure. Contact Dell.
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No memory modules are
detected
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If you have two or more memory modules installed, remove the modules, reinstall one module, and then
restart the computer. If the computer starts normally, reinstall an additional module. Continue until you have
identified a faulty module or reinstalled all modules without error.
If available, install good memory of the same type into your computer.
If the problem persists, contact Dell.
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Possible system board failure
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RAM Read/Write failure
Contact Dell.
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Real-time clock failure. Possible
battery failure or system board
failure.
Replace the battery. If the problem persists, contact Dell.
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Video BIOS Test Failure
Contact Dell.
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CPU-cache test failure
Contact Dell.
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Ensure that no special memory module/memory connector placement requirements exist.
Verify that the memory modules that you are installing are compatible with your computer.
If the problem persists, contact Dell.
Diagnostic Lights
To help troubleshoot a problem, your computer has four lights labeled 1, 2, 3, and 4 on the bank panel. When the computer starts normally, the lights flash
before turning off. If the computer malfunctions, the sequence of the lights help to identify the problem.
NOTE: After the computer completes POST, all four lights turn off before booting to the operating system.
Light Pattern Problem Description
The computer is in a normal off
condition or a possible pre-BIOS
failure has occurred.
Suggested Resolution
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Plug the computer into a working electrical outlet.
If the problem persists, contact Dell.
The diagnostic lights are not lit
after the computer successfully
boots to the operating system.
A possible processor failure has
occurred.
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Memory modules are detected, but
a memory failure has occurred.
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A possible graphics card failure has
occurred.
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A possible floppy drive or hard
drive failure has occurred.
Reseat the processor (see Processor information for your computer).
If the problem persists, contact Dell.
If two or more memory modules are installed, remove the modules, then reinstall one module
and restart the computer. If the computer starts normally, continue to install additional
memory modules (one at a time) until you have identified a faulty module or reinstalled all
modules without error.
If available, install working memory of the same type into your computer.
If the problem persists, contact Dell.
Reseat any installed graphics cards.
If available, install a working graphics card into your computer.
If the problem persists, contact Dell .
Reseat all power and data cables.
A possible USB failure has occurred. Reinstall all USB devices and check all cable connections.
No memory modules are detected.
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Memory modules are detected, but
a memory configuration or
compatibility error has occurred.
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A possible expansion card failure
has occurred.
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If two or more memory modules are installed, remove the modules, then reinstall one module
and restart the computer. If the computer starts normally, continue to install additional
memory modules (one at a time) until you have identified a faulty module or reinstalled all
modules without error.
If available, install working memory of the same type into your computer.
If the problem persists, contact Dell.
Ensure that no special requirements for memory module/connector placement exist.
Ensure that the memory you are using is supported by your computer (see the Specifications
section for your computer).
If the problem persists, contact Dell.
Determine if a conflict exists by removing an expansion card (not a graphics card) and
restarting the computer.
If the problem persists, reinstall the card you removed, then remove a different card and
restart the computer.
Repeat this process for each expansion card installed. If the computer starts normally,
troubleshoot the last card removed from the computer for resource conflicts.
If the problem persists, contact Dell.
Ensure that all hard drive and optical drive cables are properly connected to the system
board .
If there is an error message on the screen identifying a problem with a device (such as the
floppy drive or hard drive), check the device to make sure it is functioning properly.
If the operating system is attempting to boot from a device (such as the floppy drive or optical
drive), check system setup to ensure the boot sequence is correct for the devices installed on
your computer.
If the problem persists, contact Dell.
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Removing the Drive Bezel
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2.
Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Slide the drive release latch toward the base of the computer.
3.
Swing the drive bezel out from the computer.
Replacing the Drive Bezel
To replace the drive bezel, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Hard Drive
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Removing the Hard Drive
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3.
Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Remove the drive bezel.
Disconnect the data cable from the hard drive.
4.
Disconnect the power cable from the hard drive.
5.
Press in on the blue release tabs on each side of the hard drive and slide the hard drive out of the computer.
Replacing the Hard Drive
To replace the hard drive, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Removing the Heat Sink
1.
Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
2.
Loosen the two captive screws that secure the heat sink to the system board.
3.
Pivot the heat sink towards the back of the computer and remove it from the computer.
Replacing the Heat Sink
To replace the heat sink, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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I/O Panel
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Removing the I/O Panel
1.
2.
Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Disconnect the I/O panel data cable from the system board.
3.
Remove the I/O data cable from the cable routing clip.
4.
Remove the screw that secures the I/O panel to the front of the computer.
5.
Press the retention latch to release the I/O panel from the chassis.
6.
Tilt the I/O panel toward the back of the computer.
7.
Lift the I/O panel out of the slot.
8.
Disconnect the data cable from the I/O panel.
9.
Remove the I/O panel from the computer.
Replacing the I/O Panel
To replace the I/O panel, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Memory
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Removing the Memory Module(s)
1.
2.
Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Push down on the memory retention clips to release the memory module.
3.
Lift the memory module out of its connector on the system board and remove it from the computer.
Replacing the Memory Module(s)
To replace the memory module(s), perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Removing and Replacing Parts
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Cover
Drive Bezel
Coin-Cell Battery
Memory Module
Optical Drive
Fan
Video Card
I/O Panel
Hard Drive
Heat Sink
Power Supply
Processor
System Board
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Optical Drive
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WARNING: Before working inside your computer, read the safety information that shipped with your computer. For additional safety best
practices information, see the Regulatory Compliance Homepage at www.dell.com/regulatory_compliance.
Removing the Optical Drive
NOTE: You may need to install Adobe Flash Player from Adobe.com to view the following illustrations.
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2.
3.
Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Remove the drive bezel.
Disconnect the power cable from the optical drive.
4.
Disconnect the SATA cable from the optical drive.
5.
Slide the drive release latch towards the bottom of the computer and slide the optical drive out of the computer.
Replacing the Optical Drive
To replace the optical drive, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Power Supply
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WARNING: Before working inside your computer, read the safety information that shipped with your computer. For additional safety best
practices information, see the Regulatory Compliance Homepage at www.dell.com/regulatory_compliance.
Removing the Power Supply
1.
2.
Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Remove the screws that secure the power supply to the back of the computer.
3.
Disconnect the hard-drive power cable from the hard drive.
4.
Disconnect the optical-drive power cable from the optical drive.
5.
Disconnect the processor power cable from the system board.
6.
Disconnect the main power cable from the system board.
7.
Remove the I/O-panel data cable from the cable routing clip at the base of the power supply.
8.
Remove any data cables from the cable routing at the base of the power supply.
9.
Press the release latch that secures the power supply to the chassis.
10.
Slide the power supply towards the front of the computer and lift the power supply up and away from the computer.
Replacing the Power Supply
To replace the power supply, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Processor
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WARNING: Before working inside your computer, read the safety information that shipped with your computer. For additional safety best
practices information, see the Regulatory Compliance Homepage at www.dell.com/regulatory_compliance.
Removing the Processor
1.
2.
Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Pull the processor cover release lever down and out to release the processor cover.
3.
Lift the processor cover.
4.
Remove the processor from its socket on the system board.
CAUTION: When replacing the processor, do not touch any of the pins inside the socket or allow any objects to fall on the pins in the socket.
Replacing the Processor
To replace the processor, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Specifications
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System Information
Processor
Memory
Video
Audio Network
Expansion Bus
Cards
Drives
External Connectors
System Board Connectors
Power
Physical
Environmental
NOTE: Offerings may vary by region. For more information regarding the configuration of your computer, click Start® Help and Support and select
the option to view information about your computer.
System Information Chipset
Intel® G41 Express chipset
DMA channels
eight
Interrupt levels
24
BIOS chip (NVRAM)
16 Mb (2 MB)
Processor Type
Intel Core™2 Quad, Core2 Duo, Intel Pentium® Dual-Core, Intel
Celeron® Dual-Core, Intel Celeron
Level 2 (L2) cache
512 KB – 12 MB (depending on processor model)
Memory Type
DDR3 SDRAM (non-ECC memory only)
Speed
1067 MHz
Connectors
two
Capacity
1 GB or 2 GB
Minimum memory
1 GB
Maximum memory
4 GB
Video Integrated
Intel GMA X4500
Discrete
PCI-E x16 half-length graphics card with two DVI and one S-Video
out, or one DVI, one VGA, and one S-Video out:
NVIDIA GeForce 9300 GE – 256 MB
ATI Radeon™ HD 3450 – 256 MB
Audio Integrated
5.1 channel High Definition audio
Network Integrated
Broadcom BCM57780 Gigabit network interface card capable of
10/100/1000 Mb/s communication
Expansion Bus Bus type
PCI 2.3
PCI Express 1.0
SATA 1.0A and 2.0
USB 2.0
Bus speed
PCI: 133 MB/s
PCI Express: x16-slot bidirectional speed — 8 GB/s
SATA: 1.5 Gb/s and 3.0 Gb/s
USB: 480 Mb/s
Cards PCI:
Full Height
Low Profile
Mini-tower
two
none
Desktop
two (with a PCI riser installed)
Small form factor
none
one
PCI-Express x16 (with support for PCI-
Express x1):
Mini-tower
one
Desktop
one (with combo riser installed)
Small form factor
none
one
Drives Externally accessible:
5.25-inch drive bays
Internally accessible:
3.5-inch drive bays
Mini-tower — two
Desktop — one
Small form factor — one (slim line)
Mini-tower — two
Desktop — one
Small form factor — one
External Connectors Audio:
back panel
two connectors for line-out and line-in/microphone
front panel
two connectors for microphone and headphone
Network adapter
one RJ45 connector
Serial
one 9-pin connector; 16550C compatible
Parallel
one 25-pin connector
USB:
front panel
two
back panel
six
Video
15-pin VGA connector
28-pin DVI-I connector
NOTE: Available video connectors may vary based on the graphics
card selected.
System Board Connectors PCI 2.3:
connectors
120-pin connector
data width (maximum)
32 bits
PCI Express x16:
connectors
164-pin connector
data width (maximum)
16 PCI-Express lanes
Serial ATA
Mini-tower — three 7-pin connectors
Desktop — three 7-pin connectors
Small form factor — two 7-pin connectors
Memory
two 240-pin connectors
Processor fan
one 5-pin connector
System fan
one 5-pin connector
Front panel control/front panel audio
one 40-pin connector
Processor
one LGA775 connector
Power 12V
one 4-pin connector
Power
one 24-pin connector
Power Mini-Tower:
Wattage
Maximum heat
dissipation
Voltage
Non-EPA
255 W
1338 BTU/hr
115/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 6.5/3.5 A
EPA
255 W
1023 BTU/hr
100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.8/3.6 A
Non-EPA
235 W
1233 BTU/hr
115/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 6.5/3.5 A EPA
255 W
1023 BTU/hr
100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2.0/4.0 A
Non-EPA
235 W
1233 BTU/hr
115/230 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 6.5/3.5 A
EPA
235 W
943 BTU/hr
100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 1.8/3.5 A
Desktop:
Small Form Factor:
Coin-cell battery
3V CR2032 lithium coin cell
NOTE: Heat dissipation is calculated by using the power supply wattage rating.
NOTE: See the safety information that shipped with your computer for important voltage–setting information.
Physical Height
Width
Depth
Weight
Mini-Tower
40.8 cm
(16.1 inches)
18.7 cm
(7.4 inches)
43.3 cm
(17.0 inches)
12.0 kg
(26.5 lb)
Desktop
11.4 cm
(4.5 inches)
39.9 cm
(15.7 inches)
35.3 cm
(13.9 inches)
9.0 kg
(19.8 lb)
Small Form Factor
9.3 cm
(3.7 inches)
31.4 cm
(12.4 inches)
34.0 cm
(13.4 inches)
7.0 kg
(15.4 lb)
Environmental Temperature:
Operating
10 °C to 35 °C (50 °F to 95 °F)
Storage
–40 °C to 65 °C (–40 °F to 149 °F)
Relative humidity (noncondensing)
operating: 20 % to 80 %
(maximum wet bulb temperature: 29 °C)
storage: 5 % to 95 %
(maximum wet bulb temperature: 38 °C)
Maximum vibration:
5–350 Hz at 0.0002 G2/Hz
Storage
5–500 Hz at 0.001 to 0.01 G2/Hz
Maximum shock:
Operating
40 G +/– 5 % with pulse duration of 2 msec +/– 10 % (equivalent
to 20 in/sec [51 cm/sec])
Storage
105 G +/– 5 % with pulse duration of 2 msec +/– 10 % (equivalent
to 50 in/sec [127 cm/sec])
Altitude:
Operating
–15.2 m to 3048 m (–50 ft to 10,000 ft)
Storage
–15.2 m to 10,668 m (–50 ft to 35,000 ft)
Airborne contaminant level
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Operating
G2 or lower as defined by ISA-S71.04-1985
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System Board Layout
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1
speaker connector (INT_SPKR)
2
processor connector (CPU)
3
processor power connector (12V POWER)
4
memory module connectors (DIMM_1 and DIMM_2)
5
SATA drive connectors (SATA0 and SATA1)
6
front-panel connector (FRONTPANEL)
7
power connector (POWER)
8
SATA drive connector (SATA2)
9
intruder connector (INTRUDER)
10
reset jumper (RTCRST)
11
password jumper (PSWD)
12
internal speaker (SPKR)
13
coin-cell battery socket (BATTERY)
14
PCI Express x16 connector (SLOT1)
15
PCI connectors (SLOT2 and SLOT3)
16
serial/ PS/2 connector (PS2/SER2)
17
fan connector (FAN_CPU)
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System Board
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Removing the System Board
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Remove the memory.
Remove the video card.
Remove the heat sink.
Disconnect the fan cable from the system board.
6.
Disconnect the processor power cable from the system board.
7.
Disconnect the system board power cable.
8.
Disconnect the optical-drive data cable from the system board.
9.
10.
Disconnect the hard-drive data cable from the system board.
Disconnect the I/O-panel data cable from the system board.
11.
Remove the two screws that secure the heat sink assembly bracket to the system board.
12.
Remove the heat sink assembly bracket from the computer.
13.
Remove the seven screws that secure the system board to the chassis.
14.
Remove the system board from the chassis.
Replacing the System Board
To replace the system board, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Fan
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WARNING: Before working inside your computer, read the safety information that shipped with your computer. For additional safety best
practices information, see the Regulatory Compliance Homepage at www.dell.com/regulatory_compliance.
Removing the Fan
1.
2.
Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Disconnect the hard-drive power cable from the hard drive.
3.
Disconnect the data cable from the hard drive.
4.
Disconnect the fan power cable from the system board.
5.
Pull up on the retention tab that is closest to the top of the computer.
6.
Press the fan retention tab that is closest to the base of the computer.
7.
Slide the fan towards the back of the computer.
8.
Remove the fan from the computer.
Replacing the Fan
To replace the fan, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Video Card
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WARNING: Before working inside your computer, read the safety information that shipped with your computer. For additional safety best
practices information, see the Regulatory Compliance Homepage at www.dell.com/regulatory_compliance.
Removing the Video Card
1.
2.
Follow the procedures in Before Working Inside Your Computer.
Press the release tab on the card retention latch from inside, then pivot the latch open.
3.
Pull the card retention tab on the system board connector away from the expansion card.
4.
Lift the expansion card up and out of the expansion slot.
Replacing the Video Card
To replace the video card, perform the above steps in reverse order.
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Working on Your Computer
Dell™ OptiPlex™ 380 Service Manual—Mini-Tower
Before Working Inside Your Computer
Recommended Tools
Turning Off Your Computer
After Working Inside Your Computer
Before Working Inside Your Computer
Use the following safety guidelines to help protect your computer from potential damage and to help to ensure your personal safety. Unless otherwise noted,
each procedure included in this document assumes that the following conditions exist:
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You have read the safety information that shipped with your computer.
A component can be replaced or—purchased separately—installed by performing the removal procedure in reverse order.
WARNING: Before working inside your computer, read the safety information that shipped with your computer. For additional safety best
practices information, see the Regulatory Compliance Homepage at www.dell.com/regulatory_compliance.
CAUTION: Only a certified service technician should perform repairs on your computer. Damage due to servicing that is not authorized by Dell is
not covered by your warranty.
CAUTION: To avoid electrostatic discharge, ground yourself by using a wrist grounding strap or by periodically touching an unpainted metal
surface, such as a connector on the back of the computer.
CAUTION: Handle components and cards with care. Do not touch the components or contacts on a card. Hold a card by its edges or by its metal
mounting bracket. Hold a component such as a processor by its edges, not by its pins.
CAUTION: When you disconnect a cable, pull on its connector or on its pull-tab, not on the cable itself. Some cables have connectors with locking
tabs; if you are disconnecting this type of cable, press in on the locking tabs before you disconnect the cable. As you pull connectors apart, keep
them evenly aligned to avoid bending any connector pins. Also, before you connect a cable, ensure that both connectors are correctly oriented
and aligned.
NOTE: The color of your computer and certain components may appear differently than shown in this document.
To avoid damaging your computer, perform the following steps before you begin working inside the computer.
1.
2.
Ensure that your work surface is flat and clean to prevent the cover from being scratched.
Turn off your computer (see Turning Off Your Computer).
CAUTION: To disconnect a network cable, first unplug the cable from your computer and then unplug the cable from the network device.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Disconnect all network cables from the computer.
Disconnect your computer and all attached devices from their electrical outlets.
Press and hold the power button while the computer is unplugged to ground the system board.
Remove the cover.
CAUTION: Before touching anything inside your computer, ground yourself by touching an unpainted metal surface, such as the metal at the back
of the computer. While you work, periodically touch an unpainted metal surface to dissipate static electricity, which could harm internal
components.
Recommended Tools
The procedures in this document may require the following tools:
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Small flat-blade screwdriver
Phillips screwdriver
Small plastic scribe
Flash BIOS update program media
Turning Off Your Computer
CAUTION: To avoid losing data, save and close all open files and exit all open programs before you turn off your computer.
1.
Shut down the operating system:
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Click Start
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, then click the arrow in the lower-right corner of the Start menu as shown below, and then click Shut Down.
In Windows® XP:
Click Start® Turn Off Computer® Turn Off.
The computer turns off after the operating system shutdown process is complete.
2.
Ensure that the computer and all attached devices are turned off. If your computer and attached devices did not automatically turn off when you shut
down your operating system, press and hold the power button for about 6 seconds to turn them off.
After Working Inside Your Computer
After you complete any replacement procedure, ensure you connect any external devices, cards, and cables before turning on your computer.
1.
Replace the cover.
CAUTION: To connect a network cable, first plug the cable into the network device and then plug it into the computer.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Connect any telephone or network cables to your computer.
Connect your computer and all attached devices to their electrical outlets.
Turn on your computer.
Verify that the computer works correctly by running the Dell Diagnostics.
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