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Enter your serial number, model and make of computer and find all the files that your computer came with originally. You may need to burn them to a disk using another computer. You can also order new recover disks from them.
start ur computer press F8 rapidly if popup menu came then goto safe mode,if not then u have a problem in ur ram.but u say its giving no signal thats mean vga resolution may be not compatable with ur monitor.go to safe mode and remove ur vga driver and restart ur pc if u have a vga problem. still u facing a problem then better chage ur ram
Does not seem to be one available,art least not from the website.
Have you tried a restore to the earliest date?
There is a contact phone number on theire website.
Another option is to purchase an Win Xp disk.
get simple windows xp you just have to format deep with emachines as ntfs ive ran windows complete programs on emachines with out a problem and created straight recovery disk simple to be ran in windows safemode
now your hard drive
depending on which brand hard drive you have there is a couple out there that have data compression problems over 80 gig these harddrives over 80 gig have a crash ratio of 8 to 1 sea gate about 2 years ago had this problem dont know if they corrected it yet
quite possible your hard drive did not die at all but the power supply just didnt have the juice to push it check hdd by another source of power