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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most likeley if you see something on the screen but it wont boot it is a mem problem, does it load bios, if so it is prob not memory
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
SOURCE: My T5026 emachines has a
Hello, When computers "beep", they're sending the user the signal that there's some hardware problem, sometimes damaged hardware or dirty hardware, first you have to identify the piece of hardware that is giving you problems, I would go after memory in the first place, open your computer an you'll see the internal parts. Remember to turn off your computer first.
This are the memory modules, if you have more than one take only one first, unlock the memory module by pressing the small plastic tabs on both ends of the slot, then take out the memory module. now turn on your pc.
If the pc is still beeping, turn off the pc again, take the second memory module out and put back the one you took out, tu put a memory module remember to force the memory into the slot the right way, if the memory is not fitting into the slot turn it down side up and push it into the slot until you hear two "clicks".
If both memory modules doesn't seem to respond, turn off your PC and take both memory modules off, clean the contacts using a pencil eraser, be gentle while cleaning the contacts as a lot of pressure will damage the memory modules, put them back in and turn back on your PC.
Take the dust off the memory slots by using a paint brush.
I would try cleaning both memory modules first and putting both in once the contacts are clean.
Try this and if you're still having problems I would recommend you to seek for a professional to solve your problem.
Hope this tip helps and have a nice day.
Don't hesitate to reply if you're still having problems.
Posted on May 25, 2011
SOURCE: my computer won't boot up
Remove the RAM and install it again and restart.....it will work if still not work then change remove RAM again and start your machine..it will give beep sound...if it will not give beep sound then understand your machine's mother board is faulty......
Posted on Sep 12, 2011
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