I JUST GOT THE COMPUTER, i REPLACED POWER SUPPLY, ALL WHEN i PUSH THE start button, the fans work, I hear hd turning, but I don not see any ram check going on the screen it just comes up and say that one liner. hoe do I get to set up on this computer. it is a emachine 333cs.
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Could be RAM memory, Video/Graphic card, HD, power supply - your description is not that clear.But at least you know where to start.Can you hear fan working,or are there any lights on your power supply?Can you hear Hard drive starting?Open the tower and check memory modules - take out one at the time and try-sometimes changing their places will do. Good luck, and keep us posted.
Hi, If the computer is hot near the electrical plug in the back of the computer then the power supply needs to be replaced. This will also cause overheating problems if the fan does not exhaust enough air. You should not run the computer in this condition because the power supply can short out and take other components with it. Also there is a risk that it will burn up. Power supplies are very inexpensive and can be changed by anyone with basic computer repair knowledge. Hank
Your psu is works fine. First open cpu cabinet and find motherbord. Pull CMOS cell from m/b for 10 minutes. Refix RAM Memory. Pull procesor fan and processor clean dust from all parts. Then fix processor fan and processor. Reconnect ATX connector to m/b. Remove pci cards from PCI slot then check. Let me know if you need more assistance. Thanks.
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just leave the motherboard, power supply and processor intact, try turning on the computer with out those components mentioned. see if you get a beep sound before it turns off, but if not the most logical part that needs to be replaced on this type of problem is the power supply if that doesn't work the next thing to do is replace the motherboard. hope that helps
When you say you hear the computer working and working do you mean that the fans are going and the lights are on? i ask this because the fans and power lights can come on just from the power supply coming on when you push power but that doesn’t necessarily mean the cpu is functioning. Do you hear a post system beep and the hard drive reading files also? Or does it just sound like only the fans cam on ? If you think that possibly only the fans are working then try this Shut down the computer and unplug the power cable. Check to make sure monitor cable is connected all the way Open the case and check to see that the video card is inserted all the way into the board properly Remove the memory (RAM) and then put it back in to make sure it is properly seated in the slots Plug in computer and try it again and if it still does not work then try clearing CMOS on some systems you can clear the CMOS very easily by just holding down the insert key on your keyboard while pressing power button and continue to hold it down when releasing power button until you see something on the screen but since this does not work on all computers you might have to do it manually by moving the CMOS jumper on the board (the CMOS jumper on the motherboard is usually the one closest to the little battery that you see on the board. with the computer off move the jumper over one notch to the other pin for a second and then put it back where it was (there are usually only three pins so this is easy step) You should now be able to boot but you will need to go into the CMOS setup and set the clock again and other settings If you still have a blank screen then let me know and i will take you to the next diagnostic step... Hope this info helps
when you cleaned the HD you did eraser some of the software that was on the hardrive that is need to do the Quick restore and know the only way to fix this is to installe a new copy of windows and look up the drivers for the motherboard.