Question about E-Machines T1742 PC Desktop
Well maybe a power surge happened last night.
Is the computer plugged into a power protector? If not maybe something got fried.
Check for the smell of burnt components. It smells like burning plastic kind of. If everything looks fine make sure everything is plugged in tightly like the power cord and hard drives etc.
Hope this helped.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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