I have disconnected all components from the motherboard except for the processor (of course), but it still won't boot up. BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! You should find the processor heating up. I've tried an APG video card, different memory..but still nothing but the cooling fan spinning and and hearing the hard drive crunching. get redirected here
Press F10 to save changes and exit, press Y for YES. No beep, no fan spin, and no signal on monitor. I just couldn't believe it, but it solved all my problems. Well, here is how to proceed: You'll need an eraser, I guess you know what this is.
Emachines Computer Won't Start Up
Report Subham- Oct 20, 2009 at 01:50 AM Hi Akshay, I found all your repeated response on this forum.Thats really helpful.Thanks for all this.I have similar problem with my PC.As you If you read the message why, it should say on the first line exactly what Windows itself was saying - that Windows didn't shut down properly. No brown goo, none of the heads seem to be bulging or split and the sides dont seem to bulge. Ask !
If none or no display maybe you apply power does the CPU fan spin or twitch then still? Already have an account? If this also does not work then you need to purchase another memory card because if the above fails then you know this one is faulty. Computer Won't Boot Windows 7 Computing.Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site.
Attached Files: new_thread_creation.jpg File size: 35.8 KB Views: 8 Aug 26, 2005 #9 VeryConfusedOne TS Rookie Topic Starter Diduo, thanks for pointing that out, I mustve missed it when I posted So layouts probably differ; I'll give the solution I found for others who may have the Intel board and maybe it can work on the AMD also. I believe x2 and x16 or is it x8 IDK should be the same as mine "same model" I currently have a 1mb (megabite) in there much too little, pulled from No changes.Seems I might have to uninstall everything and reseat all components.Could it be the power supply?
If this dosn't work try listening to the hard drive and see if it's making strange noises. Computer Won't Boot Up Black Screen It's most likely just poor design. If none, is there any showing of some activity by the PC? Despite of all these I continue to have the same problem meaning that I installed everything in the new motherboard but I got the same: the fans were on, the power
Computer Powers On But Does Not Boot
no on medal table good wood will be fine. Report DJ AKSHAY- Jan 13, 2009 at 11:44 PM Well, you are right dear. Emachines Computer Won't Start Up It should work. Computer Will Not Turn On As for the hard drive the problem , if it is an IDE drive, make sure the jumper settings are set to master, and that none of the other drives on
Back to top #7 brenda brenda Members 6 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:06 PM Posted 15 March 2006 - 11:42 PM I have a friend who biulds computers. Get More Info It was the bad RAM as Enthusiast suspected. As I mentioned LEDs, those located on the rear, if you can look at the display rather they be ON/OFF helps determine the cause. With the 650 I get a fraction of a second longer spin on the fans. Computer Has Power But Wont Turn On
If this does not work then I suspect the motherboard is faulty. Back to top #4 acklan acklan Bleepin' cat's meow Members 8,529 posts OFFLINE Gender:Not Telling Location:Baton Rouge, La. If I leave it shut down for more than a couple of minutes, the problem SOMETIMES is back, SOMETIMES it just works fine. useful reference Jun 24, 2008 PC won't boot...
I pulled the plug THEN held in the power switch as i plugged the power cord back in and Bam, it came up!! Emachines Black Screen On Startup I know the hard drive is working because I just took it out of another computer and it was working fine. My computer would power on, then power off on its own just a few seconds later then power on again.
We can't figure out which motherboard the computer uses.
On top of that a message appears on the monitor to check all cable connections. Now today, there was a severe thunderstorm during school and we lost power there, I got home and my power was on, but I went upstairs and my computer was off. just removing the RAM and placing it again did the trick :) GR8! Emachines Laptop Screen Wont Turn On I followed your instructions about taking an eraser to the 'mother' and voila!
I'll do that but nothing then once your about to give up on turning on the computer one last try it will eventually turn on but takes a while to boot if no display or any lit LED then power is still an issue. You say you tested the PSU, but overall this is a minor test, it should do more than what it is doing if you got some voltage. http://mffonline.com/computer-won-39-t/computer-wont-power-up-boot.php Pulled memory, beeped ok.
The problem you are having is with the mobo. Would a bad cmos battery be the cause of my troubles?message edited by pinus Report • #7 Derek November 6, 2013 at 16:40:13 Cheap to try but even without the CMOS Im pretty sure I either fried the CPU or the MB. Report lomax69i› DJ AKSHAY - Jun 1, 2009 at 02:40 PM Hey DJ AKSHAY.
I know nothing about motherboards and I fix my CPU by myself following your advice with the eraser.... If not a repair should be able to do this and if not and its bad PSU entirely, then replace the PSU while there. Perhaps the new motherboard does not support this processor. I have removed the processor and inspected it, but I don't find anything that appears to be bad areas on the processor.I do not want to purchase a processor assuming that's
Trying to RMA Enermax ELT500AWT now. So I hit reset and the PC still powers up, lights blink and all, but no boot up. Didn't find a problem there either. Press F2 again repeatedly to enter BIOS.
No mouse and no keyboard. Report tinker- Jan 23, 2009 at 04:35 PM Thank you. cant' do that.. Report DJ AKSHAY 266Posts Sunday December 21, 2008Registration date April 26, 2010 Last seen - Apr 27, 2009 at 11:02 AM Well dear, I suspect a motherboard failure.
Thankyou thankyou thankyou!! that tower is a total weak tit.. cleaned the terminals - still nothing tried the touch test on the processor - get HOT!!!