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Emachine will not boot. When I turn it on there is a constant beep. All the fans are working and it sounds like it is going to boot, but no signal to the monitor!!

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Ok check your video card and the memory card. If it is plug in card try to reseat it or clean its edge connector the one that makes contact with the slot, both sides with clean soft eraser. Do this when power is off and and unit is unplugged from wall socket if you have UPS disconnect it from the UPS.

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Hi there.
Remove the power cord from the back of the computer, take the side panel off the computer so you can see the motherboard, take out the system memory, looks like this >>>>
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get a clean, dry soft paintbrush and clean the brass contacts and the slots that the memory (ram) goes into of dust and any other foreign objects.
When you are satisfied that all the dust has gone reseat the memory back into the slots making sure they/it clips into place nice and tight, put back the side panel, plug the power cord back in and try to restart the PC.

Good luck and thanks for using FixYa!!

Posted on May 24, 2009

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