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Re: Emachine T1100 Comes on Emachine Screen then go/No...
Your going to need to get a OS CD at the very least. If you can do that then you'll need to install it. Then from that point you'll have to do to Emachines website to download drivers for your hardware and install that. Let me know if you need more help
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Forgive me if my first (educated) guess may be off, but the 4-pin connector for which your can't find a connection may go to your system disk hard drive - all Emachine towers have a HDD (hard disk drive) bootable system disk - and it needs power to allow your T1100 to boot. The system disk (your only bootable hard drive) is hidden (a little) in a metal enclosure in the front of the tower. The T1100 has a 20GB HDD, and in the "My Computer" display, it appear as "Drive C:", and is powered by a standard 4-pin power connector.
MISSING NTLDR FILE To repair missing or corrupted system file/s, boot up with the Windows installation CD then – Press R to repair when instructed. Press 1 or Enter to repair the C:\Windows folder. Then type chkdsk /rand then press Enter. The repair process will take quite a long time. http://www.fixya.com/support/r4482455-repair_windows_xp
Your emachines eMachines T1100
only supports modules made with a specific type of chip. Should you
find what seems to be the exact same memory elsewhere for a lower
price, it is very possible that the cheaper memory will not work in
your computer. From what I see you should use straight PC-133 Try a site like Kahlon.com-they make sure it works with your computer as would kingston or corsair... Your maximum amount of ram is only 256mb total. hope this helps...good luck- please leave a rating...thank you kindly
If it was a storm that blew out your network card, it is possible it also took the slot your network card was in along with it. Try installing your network card in a different slot. If this does not help, please let us know and post which operating system you use.
Sounds to me like windows is corrupted. If you have the Windows operating system cd then go into the BIOS and set the first boot device to be the cd-rom. After you do that then put the cd in the cd-rom and then reboot the machine and it should tell you to press any key to boot the cd and it will go into the installation for you and you just follow the prompts from that point.
It sounds like the hard drive has been wiped or is dead or not connected. Check the power and control cables to the hard drive. Check drive with a maintenance diskette or CD. Replace drive if bad. If wiped or replaced, you need to re-install an operating system, such as MS Windows-XP, or Ubuntu (a free, downloadable, Debian GNU/Linux based operating system with a Windows-like user interface).