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harleycowboy61Apr 25, 2013, 12:41 AM Most problems is caused by computer over heated on the processer. I keyed up and down arrow keys to highlighted "Hard Disk" and entered. I said it found 1 "item" . Feeling I could fix it with a restart I just pressed the emergency shut off button at the bottom. useful reference

I tried using the restore disc I created when I got the computer but the computer does not recognize the disc. My first thought would have been a hard drive crash but you would (should) still be able to access the BIOS\Setup.Memtest86 "A Stand-alone Memory Diagnostic"MicroSoft's Memory TestI know you did not Device driver CD's? The DVD-RW even opens and closes. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/emachines-pc-gets-power-but-wont-boot.31906/

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My girlfriend, Sharon, wanted to say thank you too for this. Please understand that Im not an *****, and I dont appreciate being talked down to. When it boots up, everything seems to run fine; fans, hard drive, etc.; however the monitor says it's in power saving mode.

Alt - F10 at start up may let you take it back to factory settings. Just to get it out of the way, look at the label on your power supply. Fortron, Enermax, Antec. Emachine Laptop Wont Turn On Then my windows did an automatic scan and found 2 unsolvable errors so I sent them my logs from all this and am awaiting a solution from them.

It seems virus "disabled" recovery management. Emachines Black Screen On Startup so it ended up slowing it down making it not cool enough to cool the cpu so it fried.... The recovery disc doesn't work either because PC doesn't even boot from disc. http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2441080/emachine-start-stay.html Do you get to the advanced boot option screen?

But if you cannot find the Bios - then as said above, the hard drive may have died. How To Get Emachine Into Safe Mode If it boots its bad ram. I don't know where I got these viruses and malware from and couldn't really tell from the logs but Avast and Windows both got my logs. Emachines T6412, Does Not Boot Up Started by Seeking , Mar 13 2006 09:56 PM Please log in to reply 13 replies to this topic #1 Seeking Seeking Members 8 posts

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Budget $300? Ask a question and give support. Emachine Will Not Turn On This is likely to remedy just about ANY problem your computer could possibly be having, and have it running like new. Emachines Laptop Screen Wont Turn On Ok good luck.

cant' do that.. see here Install it, get updates and run a full scan (still in Safe Mode). A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Disconnect any USB connections, apart from the mouse and keyboard. Emachine Beep Codes

It will detect any malware that wasn’t running in Safe Mode. Is my HD wiped or something? Logged raywaterbugTopic StarterGreenhorn Experience: Beginner OS: Unknown Re: emachine won't boot up « Reply #4 on: January 29, 2011, 12:42:14 PM » I read the forum and tried the suggested F this page If you can, try your CPU in another PC.

Also look here for other things to do, http://pcsupport.about.com/od/.....00007b.htm as well. Emachines D620 Will Not Power On Thanks for the follow up and good luck with the system. Did you remove it by using the special Removal Tool?

When I turned my computer back on it gives me the very first start up screen that displays the company logo as well as press esc for Bootup Menu, F10 for

Also tried removing CMOS battery. 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 Their function should be two-fold: 1 To secure your connection. 2 To stabilize the video module by connecting it to the frame of the tower thereby protecting its connection to the Emachine Factory Reset Like I said, I didnt do this on purpose.

I am assuming it's the processor...but just not sure.Any suggestions?Ron the board is probably suffering from the bad capacitors issue..search goolgle for that dct693Aug 24, 2006, 11:01 PM Quote: Get out After a few more power-ups the computer just stops working completely, so I figure its a bad PS and order a new one. Try to reboot. Get More Info Worked for me!

Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. You can turn the machine on, and the power supply provides power to the system, and the cooling fan on the processor spins, and hard drive crunches, etc, but there is I can't think of anything else that you haven't checked already esmphoto, Feb 14, 2011 #2 craneop1985 New Member Messages: 240 check and make sure that the heatsink fan combination Click here to join today!

When i connect the main power connector(p1) to the mobo and leave the 4 pin (p2) disconnected, the PC boots up and stays running. Any help would be appreciated. Sep 28, 2005 #15 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. If it comes down to that remember to back up your data in safe mode, go to documents and settings to find your profile (or profiles) that you've setup on your

FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site. Im not trying to incite a riot, just trying to get some help. In other cases, they are the result of stability issues due to crashes, freezes, or Hardware Issues. Back to top #12 Nick_R_23 Nick_R_23 Members 185 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Willow, AK Local time:04:20 PM Posted 19 March 2006 - 02:34 AM I had a Gateway computer that used

sure that is past your level of skills... Costs a little more, but your PC (even an E-Machine!) will be forever grateful! Had the same on a P-III Gateway last summer. "2007 & 2008 Windows Shell/User Award" Back to top #14 Seeking Seeking Topic Starter Members 8 posts OFFLINE Local time:02:20 PM Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top Topic Closed This topic has been closed to new replies.