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Cant get any picture through the moniter tryed agp vidieo card and pci vidieo card still nothing the motherboard is out of emachines c2280 L7VMM2

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Sounds like you have a bad power supply or motherboard. The power supplies in eMachines are not known for reliability, so try testing the system with another one. If you still have no video, you should replace the motherboard.

Posted on Dec 13, 2008

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bye

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