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Emachines e3415 problem

My e3415 when i turn it on the fans start but it does not start up the monitor and the fans are pretty loud

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Try pulling the CMOS battery for a minute, then put it back in. If that dont work, then remove ram, clean with ruber and blow slots clean. try that, before you work with the cpu. If that fixes it, then remove all fans, and replace or clean.

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I would guess that the CPU overheated if the fans are noisy. I would remove the CPU heatsink clean and reinstall the CPU with the proper contact paste,reinstall the Heatsink along with a new heat sink fan, if that is the one is making noise also.  Then see if it will then boot up. If not I am guessing that the CPU was damaged for the fans not workingwell enough.  

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