20 Most Recent eMachines ET1641-02w (PT.NA60X.001) PC Desktop Questions & Answers


Usually replacing the coin cell battery fixes the no boot problem. Look on the motherboard around the processor socket. Electrolytic capacitors can overheat. If you see any of them that are bulging (top is domed instead of flat), they are bad. Trying to replace all the bad ones is tedious and expensive. May be cheaper to replace the motherboard.

eMachines... | Answered on Apr 16, 2017


This looks like the codes from a Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD). If so you will need a system disk to boot from and get to a dos command prompt (black screen with white writing) and type the following command:
chkdsk /r
Check Disk Repair will run for well over an hour and you will see the percentage of completion going from high to low but that is normal. Let it run to completion and then reboot.

In Windows XP to get to the dos command prompt boot from the system disk and when the options come up select Repair. Select 1 for the Windows Operating System and when it asks for the Administrator Password just press enter.

In Windows Vista to get to the dos command prompt boot from the system disk and when the options screen open you could try a startup repair. If it fails look the dos command at the bottom of the Recovery Console.

eMachines... | Answered on May 16, 2015


Try removing the CMOS battery, wait 15 minutes put it back in and see that that helps. Try reseating your memory sticks. If you have more than one, test them singly and swap slots. Good luck.

eMachines... | Answered on Feb 07, 2015


Depending on your operating system, go to Control Panel click on Sound then the Recording tab. Select you microphone, select properties and make sure it's turned on (that's for windows 7, will be similar for XP, 8 etc.))

eMachines... | Answered on Feb 07, 2015


Mmm that's not a good sign since the computer have integrated video card there a little chance that your motherboard has died, everything you would hear that is power on because the power supply do work properly but if the monitor doesn't show anything or do not hear any beeps, that probably means that your motherboard is dead.

eMachines... | Answered on Nov 28, 2014


Ronald,

I was able to find some information about your e-machine. Please click on the link below and scroll down to motherboard section to find the motherboard type.
http://www.skyline-eng.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=category.display&category_id=7768

This was the only to get that info since i don't have this machine. I hope this helps!!!.

Regards,
Anish

eMachines... | Answered on Dec 30, 2012


Try this:

Download the manual it will have the instructions on how to remove the panel.

http://www.retrevo.com/search/v2/jsp/mytrevo/myTrevo.jsp?page=man

Good luck!

eMachines... | Answered on Aug 19, 2012


Hook a spare monitor to the computer, if okay! problem in the original monitor, if both show the same symptom, it means the Video Graphics Card in the computer is defective. If possible change the video cord from the computer to the monitor, sometimes these cords fail.

eMachines... | Answered on Mar 14, 2012


Try first to unplug the power cord at the back of the CPU then press the power button for 5 seconds while the power cord is unplug. This will clear the remain power from the capacitors on the power supply. Once done, re-connect the power and try to power the computer back on.

If still not, then this is a power supply issue. What you can do is to open the case, make sure power cord is not connected and you have done the above step again to ensure that there is no electric current remaining. Once done, trace the connection from the power supply connecting to the motherboard and unplug it. Please check for the lock clipping it from the motherboard. once removed, again press the power button for 3 seconds. Then reconnect everything and power the computer back on.

If still not, then this is really a power supply issue and it should be replaced.

Thanks,
~jash

eMachines... | Answered on Aug 10, 2011


can you be more specific in order to help you..first what you want to do....and whats the problem...

eMachines... | Answered on May 26, 2011


It could be that it is overheating, see my tip here: http://www.fixya.com/support/r6789964-pc_overheating

Or your PC might have the a virus that has infected your boot settings. Try boot into safe mode by pressing the F8 key while your computer boots. If it still reboots then there is no way you can run a virus scan on the drive and you may need to format and re-install Windows.

eMachines... | Answered on Mar 10, 2011


http://www.epinions.com/specs/eMachines_ET1641_02w_Refurbished_Desktop_PC_Intel_Celeron_Dual_Core_E1400_2_0GHz_2GB_DDR2_320GB_PT_NA60X_001
Above is a link to specs for your system. It comes with a PCI Express port which would allow the install of a graphics card. Reading the specs, it mentions the NVDIA GeForce 7050 which if installed on your system, would allow hd output. If you can't gain HD at this point you may want to consider insatlling a garphics card in the PCIe slot.

eMachines... | Answered on Mar 08, 2011


I will assume that you have not messed with anything and it just stopped working. So try these steps:

1) Check the power plug, make sure it is plugged into the wall and also into the back of the computer.

2) Check to see that the switch is "On" on the back of the power supply if there is one.

3) Take the case off and look at the power button, try to press it without the case on, perhaps the power button is broken. If that doesnt work try and see if the little wires on the back of the power button are connect and bot pushed off.

4) Check the cables to the power supply, ensure they are connected to the motherboard and not disconnnected.

5) If all of the above do not work, take a power supply from another system and plug it in to *********** board, see if the computer boots normaly then. If that works you can assume the power supply is shot.

Let me know if there is anything else.

-Paul

eMachines... | Answered on Jan 19, 2011


its the motherboard its fried. time to rebuild and upgraded

eMachines... | Answered on Jan 18, 2011


Intel® Celeron® Dual-Core E1400 Processor1
(2.0GHz, 512KB L2 cache, 800MHz FSB

or any other intel based processor fitting a SOCKET LGA775.

eMachines... | Answered on Sep 27, 2010


plz clean your dvd lense with a lense cleaner.it will be available in local computer shop. still the problem is not solved then you have to change the dvd rom.

eMachines... | Answered on Aug 23, 2010


Here are the beep codes for common BIOS programs:

1 BeepA single beep from an AMI based BIOS means there has been a memory refresh timer error. The solution is often to replace the RAM in the computer.

A long beep from AWARD is probably memory error.

1 short beep from AWARD bios & PhoenixBIOS and most others is a positive ok signal.

Without more information, it sounds like it is a memory problem. Remove the memory and see if it will boot to the BIOS/setup screen. If so and you have multiple memory sticks, put one in and try to boot. If that fails try the other.

eMachines... | Answered on Aug 20, 2010

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