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My emachine computer worked fine last night, but today it will not go into windows at all and also will not let me do a full system recovery. The screen remains black with no activity at all. What d

My computer worked fine yesterday, but now will not do anything. I did't get the blue screen telling me it was going to crash or any clue whatsoever. My tower is an ET-1331G-03w. The screen just stays completely black with nothing happening in the tower.

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Yeah that means that the windows have fallen u have to re-install ur windows by downloading one ( if u know how to install ) or go to a computer shop to solve this problem.
also YouTube has lots of instructions on how to setup a windows in ur computer good luck =)

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i may be wron but i'm not aware of any standard pc that will support 4 monitors. I used to run two monitors when i used my pc for djing on but that was down to the garphics card, many better spec cards will support dual monitor output. You could try getting 2 graphics cards that support dual monitors ans running them in SLi mode, that would give you 4 monitor outputs. Have you checked the Nvidia website? it's possible they have software that would support multi monitors.

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