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The crazy blue box

I turned on my computer.. modem light coame on and fan ran like usuall but the moniter screen goes screwey! Yes it turns on but a blue box shows up and you can do nothing! Sonner or later the monitor shuts off and so does my key board. please some one tell me what is going on...

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Re: The crazy blue box

Crazy stuff here.. it might be the display or the harddrive check the pins on the display cable. how old is the PC? and have you added anything to the computer to damage the motherboard? I suggest doing a system recovery it might solve the promblem.

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Modem on and nothing on screen and fan runs loud

It sounds like one of three things. Two are pretty unlikely.1. RAM has gone bad. Really unlikely. Usually if this happens the computer will not boot but beep at you.2. Video Card has gone bad. Also unlikely. Usually the computer will sound like normal except you won't have any video.
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Power on emachine T6420 and moniter is blank. The moniter soon loses contact with the computer. The fan run and power is OK there is no beep code.

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