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Machine will not boot up

When i turn it on all I get is a beep,beep beep ect.

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  • bill_davis6 Dec 21, 2008

    thanks it is now working. All I did was take out the ram card and put it back in.

    Again thank you

  • Anonymous Dec 29, 2008

    I HAVE A 2.5 YEAR OLD EMACHINE T6532 WHICH WAS WORKING FINE UNTIL LAST WEEK. NO NEW SOFTWARE INSTALLED DURING THIS TIME FRAME.

    THE COMPUTER TOOK SEVERAL TRIES TO BOOT UP, OFTEN IT JUST HAD THE FAN RUNNING, BUT WINDOWS WOULD NOT START.

    WHEN IT DID GO THRU THE WINDOWS BOOT-UP I OFTEN GET AN ERROR MESSAGE WHERE THE SCREEN IS ALL LIGHT BLUE AND THE MESSAGE INDICATES THAT WINDOWS COULD NOT START BECAUSE OF AN ERROR BUT DOES NOT SPECIFY THE ERROR, IT JUST GIVES A SERIES OF 5 NUMBERS, EACH CONSISTING OF ZEROS AND LETTERS.

    THE RARE TIME IT DOES BOOT UP WITH WINDOWS ALL THE WAY THRU THE WIRELESS CARD WONT INITIALIZE AND I CAN'T GET THE INTERNET WORKING.

    ANY THOUGHTS!

    THANK YOU

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This could be several problems in order of cheapest to most expensive:
Memory: Take out the RAM and re-seat it, apply even but firm pressure. Try to boot again. If this does not work...
Power Supply: Your power supply might be dead, try to pick up a brand-name one and boot once more...
Motherboard: This is the worst case scenario, your motherboard went poof buying a new computer might be better than buying a replacement motherboard.

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