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AC Adapter For eMachines E15T3r 568 LCD Monitor Charger Power Supply...
As you can see from the picture the power plug is a small round connector similar to an audio input. Power Connectors
look for a connector like the DC socket in the picture

MPC Computers... | Answered on Apr 02, 2014

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Common Electronics problems (1)


Sometimes our electronics appliances like TV monitor, radio or any other stuff may have a very simple problem. If we are not aware of this then we go in circles looking for the problem.<br />Technicians sometimes refer to this as intermittent problem. Sometimes the system will work and sometimes it will not. A tap/knock may get it working or will stop it from working.<br />Dry-solder joint is one of the causes.<br />If you are a novice and have no idea about electronics and how to work with soldering irons and electricity; please get assistance from a professional.<br />1. Switch off power.<br />2. Open the system up.<br />3. Discharge components which might hold charge to avoid electric shock.<br />4. Look at the bottom of the printed circuit board (track side of the PCB). You might need a hand lens for a closer look.<br />5. Look for cracks in the soldered components. Sometimes shaking components easily helps in identifying these cracks.<br />6. Once you get to know this, get your soldering iron, remove the old solder and re-solder the component.<br />7. You might be agitated to switch on and check your system at this point in time. Don't!!<br />8. Try and look for all the dry solder joints.<br />9. Fix as much dry solder joints as you can find.<br />10. Clean your board. Use isopropyl or general purpose thinner.<br />11. Double check the track side. There should not be any shorts that you may accidently done while soldering.<br />12. Once you are sure all is safe, assemble the system.<br />13. Connect a <span>series lamp</span> to the system and switch on to check.<br />14. If the problem stops; good for you. If it persists then continue looking for and treating dry solder joints.<br /><br />I will share more on series lamps in my next tip.<br /><br />Enjoy<br />Rjn<br /><br />

on Sep 19, 2011 | MPC Computers MPC F1760I 17" FLAT...


It is because your Windows monitor settings are OUT OF RANGE if you can boot into Windows normaly just rite click on the desktop, chose properties, than settings tab (if it's XP), go to advance, than monitor, look for frequency refresh rate, change to 60Hz, than save, than reboot

if you can't boot into Windows, try booting in SAFE MODE by pressing (F8) key at startup than do the above starting at -- rite click on the desktop...

Good luck!

MPC Computers... | Answered on Feb 06, 2011


You may have either the DC filter caps problem or the back light inverter board has failed, worst case will be bad lamps assembly. So check for 12vdc on the inverter board, bad caps with leaking/bulging top, bad solder joints.
Most common failures in the LCD monitors are bad capacitors (bulging top/seal or leaking) in the power supply, blown fuses, poor solder joints, failed inverter circuits (blown fuse, shorted transistors, shorted/open transformers), bad lamps (poor solder connections or worn out lamps). You will need to open it up and inspect the inside, see example of failed monitors to get some ideas what to look for: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
Post back what you see inside so we can guide you further and it will help out other people in the future also.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor_plague

MPC Computers... | Answered on Jun 30, 2010


there is one possible way
1. remove hard drive from your laptop
2. plug your HDD into another laptop in anyway(usb or enclosure)
3. Make your HDD bootable with DOS mode
4. copy the new OS folder to your HDD
5. Put back your HDD to your old laptop then boot it with DOS
6. find the OS folder you copied, from there run setup your new OS.

MPC Computers... | Answered on Dec 03, 2017


You should be able to turn it off with MSCONFIG. Click START and type msconfig in the search box. You should see an msconfig entry show up near the top of the panel. Right click and pick "Run as Administrator". When the msconfig panel opens, select the General tab and make sure the Normal Startup is checked. Check the Services tab and make sure Enable All is on. Click APPLY and then OK, then YES for reboot. That should get you going.

MPC Computers... | Answered on Aug 24, 2014


some countries block these sites. Try going via a free web proxy (google for one) and see if this makes any difference although i would not been too keen to put your username and passwords in while using a free proxy as they may not be secure. The issue you have could also be with your security levels being set a little too high on your browser. You could try donwloading an alternative browser like Opera, Chrome, Firefox etc...

MPC Computers... | Answered on Jul 10, 2014


I use WebBlocker available for free from http://www.thewebblocker.com. Carries a couple of passengers but can decline the installation of these.
Will block:
Adult Material
Social Networks
Gaming and Gambling and more
Can also block indevidual sites.

MPC Computers... | Answered on Jun 06, 2014

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How to avoid stress when over using computer


In today digital era, most are already used to use digital products such as computers... in our home office and others but most are having problems after several hours of prolong use or exposure to computer... here a few reminders...

* Keep a proper eye distance from your computer screen at least 12-14 inches
* Maintain proper posture especially back support
* Have a momentary break for every hours
* Use sufficient lighting in your working area

on May 09, 2014 | MPC Computers Computers & Internet


Yes you can. You might use Sugru to re-attach the cover. http://www.sugru.com

MPC Computers... | Answered on Apr 22, 2014


http://www.drivermax.com/

DRIVERPROGRAM.DO A SCAN.

MPC Computers... | Answered on Dec 07, 2013


I would check compatability as there are so many sound drivers that work with different sources. MP3, WAV etc etc.

MPC Computers... | Answered on Dec 01, 2013


yes. using a simple text editor like notepad simply add entries to the file:
c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts

the entries should look like this:
127.0.0.1 www.siteiwantblocked.com
that IP address is the "localhost" and will result in and error or if the computer is running a web server it will go to that site.

MPC Computers... | Answered on Nov 26, 2013


On/Off switches are pretty basic, you should be able to find a replacement at any local electronics store.

MPC Computers... | Answered on Oct 28, 2013

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