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I have an m5310 and i have troubles with the
Try to perform power drain on the motherboard.
heres the steps:
take out the battery
unplug the power adapter
press and hold power button for 30secs
put the battery back in
plug in the power adapter
power on the computer
if same issue will happen then you need a battery replacement.
on May 21, 2010
I have a emachine and i turn the machine on it
Go to the computer right on computer, click on properties, go to hardware, go to device manager, go to display, click on display, and delete, close out of all then reboot your computer, it should automatically see this problem and prompt for the correct driver(s), it may ask you for your OS disk.
If you cannot get it right. go to someone else's machine and go to www.driversguide.com, sign up and get the correct dirvers. then go back to the computer, it will prompt you for a driver. If you put the driver on a usb stick select the drive (say for example G) then click on the driver in the usb stick, this should work.
on Jun 17, 2009
Hi i have emachine 8230 tower
firstly lets think why a Working pc would no longer BOOT. The boot process then. a pc starts the bios which POST's. this results in ONE BEEP which might be followed by messages(if you get several beeps then they are like morse code long/short and count out an error code). when you get your ONE BEEP the pc is working. when it then HANGS(appears to do nothing) its usually because of either a) the cd drive is duff so disconnect its cables. b) the hard drive is duff so disconnect its cables c) the hard drive hasnt quite died yet but has some very slow sectors and is making the Clackety Clack of the heads recalibrating every few seconds. d) there could be a a gpu card bios glitch and your pc is running but you just have a blank screen. some hints then 1) never start removing parts as that corrupts the CMOS(the battery backed up configuration for your BIOS) so you may need to clear your cmos. 2) never play with the idea of changing ram sticks as people usually end up putting them in any old slot(which may result in a non working pc). make sure a PAIR is fitted in slots 0/2 and a separate matching pair in 1/3 slots not in slots 0/1 which is two half pairs. Other factors. 1) a short circuit. your PSU has built in protection, if the psu fan(inside case of the psu) turns and kicks back and immediately stops you have a short circuit and its cuts the power to avoid a fire/meltdown, which could be caused by high wattage gpu(>60 watts) without its extra power cables fitted or wrongly connected front usb cables or removing a mainboard and fitting it into a new box where the board has its support posts NOT lined up with the holes fro the screws so the post is touching underside of the board circuits. hope some of that helps.
on Nov 22, 2018
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