My computer freezed. Since the one who is using that time is a child what he did was pull the plug then put it back. I don't know if it has something to do with it but when he turned it on again it does not start. When I check it there is power, it seems it booting properly, though there is short beep at the start of the booting but the monitor remains black. When I check the monitor it is properly working. I tried to clean the memory but with the same result. What could be the problem? Thank you very much.
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Re: desktop compter problem
Well since he pulled the plug you may want to check all the connections on the back of the computer from the monitor , he may have knocked something out a bit causing your monitor not to work....also check the connections on the back of the monitor....
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Take the router off and see if it unfreezes. I doubt that your router has anything to do with your mouse freezing. I would say you might have a virus or infection so run a scan. Also you mouse might be going bad.
Try booting up in Safe Mode and see if your mouse freezes. If it does not, surely a virus or infection is attaching your mouse.
Make sure you are not pulling the mouse out of the computer if the end that goes into the computer's green port is round. The round mouse (PS2/Serial) cannot be pulled from the computer and expected to work unless you reboot.
The Flat USB mouse (the end that plugs into the computer is flat) is a plug and play mouse and can be pulled and reinserted into the computer without rebooting.
You have three choices..
1...Try to do a system restore to an earlier date.
This will take your comuter back to an earlier time when it was operating good, pick one of the darkened dates before your troubles started..
To do a restore: Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore
2...Buy a restore disk from Emachines
3...Buy and Install a new operating system...
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What error message do you get when you try to change the audio options? I assume you are getting an error message because You're noting that the computer won't allow you to change the options.
1) reboot, which I'm sure you have done.
2) answer my question and write back.
Check your manual for instructions to see if CPU temperature monitoring is done in that system.
You may be able to view that actual operating temp. of your processor.
If that system is so equipt, then it is very possible that the fan speed is regulated by temperature and it will vary according to ambient and internal temperature to conserve a tiny bit of power.
If nothing else, you can block airflow into or out of the system box to see if the fan speed increases after a few minutes.
Blocking the exhaust in the back of the unit will probably be enough.
NOTE: DON"T walk away if you decide to experiment - you may fry some chips and those don't taste good at all!
Update sp2 to sp3 link Download everest home from this link, run the program, click on motherboard then chipset, ID the northbridge and check for updates (google it) This should update all usb controllers and hubs to eliminate the "freeze".