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This is typically caused by a power supply failure. Failing power supplies can have enough power to turn on lights and fans but not enough to start the computer. The power supply does not store any data so replacing it is a low risk and low cost effort. It is a very well documented process so search the Internet for "replace power supply" for more details. I hope this helps. Good luck!
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I have a emachine t6534
Do you getting anything on your screen when you first turn on your computer. This will tell me if the problem is with the video card or something else on the computer.
Also what kind of monitor do your have CRT or LCD. If LCD do you have an old CRT that you can connect to the computer for testing.
Also does the computer sound like it is booting normally or does it not seem like it is booting up.
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NONE OF MY SD CARDS
I rather fear that if you shine a torch into the SD slot, you will find the internl pins are bent or crushed.
If they are, your best bet is to obtain a 5.25" card reader and either replace it in the slot the old one came from, or if that is not possible, remove a dvd bay cover and put it in there
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I need a recovery CD
Recovery disks cost about £15, check what version of windows you have, you may be able to download that version of windows from a torrent site and use your own COA key to activate it.
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Multimedia audio controller driver problem
here is a link to a help document:
here is a link to the correct file. http://www.emachines.com/support/product_support.html?cat=Desktops&subcat=T%20Series&model=T6534
Note this is for Windows XP
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