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E Machine T6534 fails every 6 to 9 months

My T6534 e Machine's motherboard had to be replaced after 9 months. It had to be replaced again 6 months later then 6 months after that and now for the 4th time the motherboard was replaced again. That is 4 new motherboards in 2 years 3 months. They replace the motherboard but not the processor chip. Is there a component that is causing the failures which repair is missing? when i boot up the computer the cpu fan turns and then after ten seconds it turns off and theres no video showing so do i need to buy a new motherboard for a emachines T6534?

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  • eldiablito20 May 28, 2009

    i put in like five different power supplys and it still the same thing when i boot it up the cpu fan spins for ten seconds then it turns off and those power supplys are good so am i going to buy a new motherboard?

  • eldiablito20 May 28, 2009

    well this computer is my friends and im kind of working with computers so i was leaning into buying a motherboard but wouldnt it be better if replacing a new motherboard because i dont think he would want to buy a new computer

  • eldiablito20 May 28, 2009

    i switched the fan with new ones but it still the same thing turns on then turns off so i really need help with this computer!

  • eldiablito20 May 28, 2009

    no the motherboard hasnt been changed four times this is the first time he just told me that he hasnt changed anything and that the fan wasnt working and there was no video

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This could be caused by the processor or fan,But very unlikely to be the mother board.

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Hi I am Vortash .. has the power supply ever been checked or replaced .. if the board keep s going I for one would suspect surge damage or power board fault causing the damage ,, just a thought ? regards Vortash

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    clive pearson May 28, 2009

    I think maybe you should be looking for another computer you have far more perseverance with it than I would have after the second time it went I would have thrown it out the window lol hope you sort this one out dedication like this deserves rewards ... regards Vortash

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    clive pearson May 28, 2009

    I think it is down to the wire with this one to be honest if the motherboard has already been changed 4 times this being the 5th maybe its time to either try a new tact and replace all the processor and the board in wich case you may as well upgrade and improve on what you have .. or irsk doing the same again and further down the line having to replace it all again .. it could be the dispaly card or the sound or the processor where do you draw the line and say time to quit ? . But I suppose you may be 5th time lucky on the other hand your friend could just be wasting his money if he didnt replace the CPU also and at that exspense a good hard economic look should be taken at the stats to what he is trying to save ? Regards Vortash

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    clive pearson May 28, 2009

    Oh sorry was looking at the original post and it said that this was the 4th time sorry , in that case Its up to his economics really you can get some really good deals at the moment on ebay so he may get a CPU and a board at a good price and still be able to upgrade ..but if he wants to go with this original board I would go for a cpu first . Regards Vortash

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