Question about E-Machines Celeron 2.3GHz (rb-t2385)
Could be a power supply problem but suspect its a problem with the motherboard. Unless you have a spare power supply or testing equipment I would suggest you take this to the local repair shop. For $30 they should be able to give you a good idea if the power supply is shot (cheap fix) or the motherboard (more expensive). Be aware that I also found lots of cases where a bad Emachine power supply also damaged the motherboard as well.
Posted on Dec 30, 2006
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