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As mentioned that when you turn on the system the lights on the system turns on and the monitor goes off, unplug the VGA cable from the system tower and turn on the monitor and check if you get signals on the screen if it shows you some color bar or a massage, that means your monitor is good. IF not then there is problem with the monitor . get it repaired or replace it. If that is not the case you would need to unplug all the external devices connected to the tower and try, IF not then you need to open the tower and check for the green light on the motherboard if it comes on or you can try reseting the memory card or if you have an video card, then you will have to remove the card and try the build in one .
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 6 beeps on start up, no video
Without knowing what yo have for a BIOS, it is difficult to diagnose. The below link is a list of beep error codes for different BIOS types. Check your BIOS to see if it is one on the list and see what it means:
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
6 long beeps indicates that there is a problem with the memory, take them out, clean the contacts and the DIMM slots and reseat them.
Hopefully this will resolve the problem, if not new memory may be required
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
With the power turned off, take out all your memory sticks and with one of the sticks try to reinsert it into a slot and then turn the machine one, if you get no beeps and you get video then you know that all you need to to is to reinsert the rest of the memory sticks. Keep in mind that you may have to do this with each memory stick reinserting them into each slot one stick at a time until either you find a bad memory stick or a bad memory slot. If your lucky it will be neither and you will have only needed to reinsert the memory.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
Before I address your issue, I figured you ought to know:
Buying an emachine is one of the worst moves a consumer can make. Why? because despite the fact that they are cheap, they frequently have problems, which can take money out of your pocket. Not only that, but they can be a pain in the *** in general. The old saying "You get what you pay for" should certainly be followed to some degree when purchasing a computer.
Now that I got that out of the way, on to your problem. I have a feeling that your motherboard might be shot. Before I have you think that, I want you to see if you can open it up and check to make sure your RAM is seated in the slot properly. If that doesn't work, then I think your motherboard is most likely gone.
If you need any more assistance, I'd be glad to try and lend a hand. You can e-mail me at email@example.com
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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