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My emachines t4510 powers up but get no signal to monitor

I have a emachines t4510 intel pentium 4 that powers up but will not get a signal to monitor. i tried a different monitor and same thing. someone suggested it might be the power supply. what might the problem be and what is the best replacement for the power supply

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Stupid answers time... make sure monitor works...
if you have a gfx card in try another...
if that still doesnt solve try clearing cmos and/or replacing cmos battery...
a freind gave me one couple of days ago and it was doin the same...trying these steps fixed mine

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The e-machine was junk from the factory with a low life span. there disposable

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