I have a T2893 e machines that wont turn on. I opened it and checked the motherboard and the green light is lit on it. I press the on off button and nothing happens. can anyone give me some reasons why it's doing this. Thanks
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E-Machines were known to have Power Supplies that went bad for no apparent reason, the worst part was on some of the computers it also did killed the motherboard, you can pickup a power supply tester at most computer shops for less than $20.00, or you can choose to get a new power supply. I have found Ebay to be a good source for a replacement
Could be but unless there was some sort of power surge it would be pretty rare for a motherboard to just randomly short out, although you may want to dust out your PC as I have seen really dirty PC's sometime not want to start up. But more details would help.
It can be a hard ware or software failure . You need to change cabinet and powersupply of the unit as they maybe damaged and not giving sufficient power. If you want more details please call on +919594761770 - Srikanth firstname.lastname@example.org
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This series of machines is known for this issue. You can get a replacement motherboard for your pc from a website at www.barebonekit.com they boards run from $35 to about $65 plus shipping. This is much cheaper than you can get them most other places. We order from them on a regular basis and have had no problems. I hope this helps, if so please rate the solution.
Bottom line: Either your power supply or (hopefully not) the mother board has gone bad.
Replace power supply (remove old one), take to local independent computer shop, ask them for new unit. Should be around $50.00. - no more. After reinstall, if still no fans, boot, etc. Replace motherboard or buy a new machine. MB's installed probably will run you around $250.00-ish.
Since you are looking inside, try this. Trace the wires that come from the power switch back to the Motherboard. The wires from the switch will connect to two pins on the motherboard. Carefully jump those two pins with a screwdriver and the machine should turn on. I would suggest doing this with all drives and cards unplugged first.