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Start up + Graphic problem

I own an e-Machine T6532. My CPU is running when i boot it up but themonitor always display "No Signal Detected". Sometimes when i get luckyI got it to work, but the graphic sucks. And when I'm really lucky, Igot it to work perfectly like when i just purchased it. I think thatit's my in board Graphic card since i do not own an external graphiccard. What should I do? Do you think it would fix it if i buy a newexternal graphic card and install it?

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  • chin610000 Nov 16, 2008

    Fan is working, CD working, mostly everything's working except the monitor displays "No Signal Detected".I need to turn on and off several times by holding the power button to get it working. Sometimes it never worked. When the computer's running, and I watch some videos, the graphic isn't as great as before and it's a bit laggy.

  • Anonymous Dec 06, 2008

    DONT RESTART

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2008

    i have the same problem with my emachine t6532

  • raichuman9 Jan 02, 2009

    We've had this same issue with our T6532 for awhile now. I installed a Sapphire Radeon HD 3650 PCI-E vide card in the hopes of fixing it, but it looks like the issue remains, so I'm guessing it's either a BIOS or motherboard issue (hopefully the former... we'll see what happens if we can update our BIOS).

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  • ronaldo_08 May 06, 2009

    ******* MACHINE DOESN'T WORK, THE E-MACHINES BRNAD ******* SUCKS, THE ONLY SOLUTION IS TO NOT BUY THIS BRAND ANYMORE

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    F U C K I N G, S H I T

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Motherboard no good,cpu fan working ? hdd running ? cd/dvd working ? definitely motherboard u/s
contact me for further support.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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    Chris Fell Nov 16, 2008

    This seems to point towards an onboard graphics chip. Assuming that you are using the onboard one as opposed to a plug in card, it sounds like the graphics card is not being initialised each and every time. If you are using the on board graphics, try disabling it on cmos ( press DEL to enter before boot up) and then plug in an AGP card in the brown AGP slot. Let me know what the result is.

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