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Almost every laptop will accumulate a big wad of fuzzballs and lintballs that get packed in front of the internal cooling fins for the processor and chipset. This results in overheating and random shutdowns, as is your problem.
Ease of cleaning this out, without disassembly, depends on the design of the laptop's cooling fans and air ducts. I have kept an 8 yr old Toshiba laptop clean inside and running good by using a shop vac wo work 2 ways. I use the vac's exhaust to blow air INTO the slots where the air typically exit's from the laptop.... and use the suction end of the shop vac on the fan openings of the laptop.
You don't want to blow into the fan openings, as this only forces the debris and fuzzball deeper into the cooling fins.
You want to force air the *opposite* way of the laptop's normal airflow, to dislodge the fuzzball.
After vacuum & blowing, the lintball should end up visible by the fan intake openings. You may have to pop the fan screens out if the lintball is too large to come out any other way.

E-Machines... | Answered on Oct 28, 2014

Yes, you need to allocate a IP address to the printer within the range that the wireless Lan uses.

E-Machines... | Answered on Oct 14, 2014

Just make a note of where the cables go and remove the unit. any computer shop will have a replacement, take the old unit with you so they can match it.

E-Machines... | Answered on Oct 13, 2014

Some monitors come with speakers if your new one didn't then you would have to use external speakers and hook it up to your audio jack which is green and located on the back of your computer.

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E-Machines... | Answered on Sep 29, 2014

Go to manufactures web sight or google like Dell forums or what ever there is a lot free good info out their on just about every make and model, good luck,Bret

E-Machines... | Answered on Aug 25, 2014

Right click on the favorite you want to remove and then left click on remove,

E-Machines... | Answered on Aug 23, 2014

Go to their website support section.

E-Machines... | Answered on Aug 20, 2014

You can tap on the f12 key and it will bring a boot menu up then you can choose which item to boot to such as the dvd. You will want to have your media in the dvd player before you tap on the f12 key. Hope this helps you.

E-Machines... | Answered on Aug 11, 2014

Bad news. You can't, unless you super nerd. Don't suppose thought to safe to computer to remember, if so can possible access doc.

E-Machines... | Answered on Aug 10, 2014

Look for HiRen's Boot CD. It has a utility where you can boot and reset/blank out the administrator's password and log in.

E-Machines... | Answered on Aug 10, 2014

Which browser are you using?
Check memory usage ,add ons, scripts etc.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 25, 2014

What message?
According to Facebook Support Page...
Facebook stores your password in such a secure way that we don't know what it is, and we can only check if it's correct. If you can't remember your password, you can request a new password.
If you can't log into Facebook and need to reset your password:
1.Go to the login page at https://www.facebook.com
2.In the top right, click Can't log in?
3.Type the email, phone number or username associated with your account, then click Search and follow the on-screen instructions

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 23, 2014

You can add a standalone PCI-X video card.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 21, 2014

There are different ways to find out if your hard drive is bad.

1) use command line option that is chkdsk (drive letter) without bracket. ex. chkdsk c: or chkdsk d: , After checking your drive if it says it have some bad sectors then your hard drive is bad. there are tools to remove bad sectors but that will cure your drive for sometime. (better take backup)

2) if your drives gives knocking or constant clicking sound then your drive is bad

Above are the most common issues with drive.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 21, 2014

you can only do one at a time with dial up

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 19, 2014

OK, going to have to guess a little on my side. Is the computer a laptop? If so are all the lights on the laptop on when it's started?
If it is a laptop - could be a back light - light that illuminates the screen, so it can be seen. IF this computer is a desktop, well - check all your connections to make sure they are well connected and same thing, do you see the power on lights. If so, you can start to figure it has something to do with your display or video card (on-board or dedicated video). Greatest of luck

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E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 19, 2014

Turn off the power cable from the PC and with a pencil eraser to Erase contacts memory and graphics Remove dust all plug & try again if it works

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 19, 2014

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