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Please turn off the computer, start hitting F8 at the start-up and then
choose last known good configuration. If this does not work, choose Safe
mode options. If still does not work, please try to restore the computer to factory settings. You can try to hit F11 or F10 at the startup to initiate recovery. If not working, please tell me what error message you get on the screen.
Just after post(the computer boots up) and just before you see windows booting press F8, it will bring up a blck page with different selection options to boot your pc, use the arrow keys to go to the top of the page where it says safe mode and hit enter,, the computer should now boot to windows in save mode. hope this helps.
First try pressing F2 at start up to see if you can get to setup. Also pressing F12 may get you a boot menu. If cd is already set as first boot you may get a chance to boot from a Windows cd. The idea here is to get to a minimal Windows configuration like setup or safe mode (F8) to see if this is a hardware or operating system fault. Two common issues with eMachines are power supply problems where repetitive reboots can actually fry the motherboard or if the PC has a few years use the CMOS battery. Steve Medley