Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
I saw your responce to this problem, saying that its a motherboard issue. Could you please contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org will any help. Thanks!
When you look at the mother board the little can looking things on it should be flat on top. Do you see any that are bulged or leaking fluid top or bottom of can (Capacitor)
If none of the Capacitors are bulged or leaking you can try re seating the processor. This is accomplished in different ways depending on how the heat sync is mounted etc. You will usually be able to see some screws on the heat sync or a clip of some type. Be careful because when inside of a computer static electricity is deadly to the pc. Touch the metal casing as as often as possible. to discharge the static electricity.(ground strap and static surface are reccommended)
1.) Re seat Processor and make sure ram is seated properly. Make sure you lift the release lift the processor up and then reclip the release for the proccesor.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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