One of the worst computers ever.
it freezes by it self. some times for ten or 15 minutes.
the hing is that u hear the fan stops and thats it ;it is frozen
any help in this issue,
i bought norton anti virus but was useless for this issue
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Re: e machines h 5038
I had found one continuous problem with the E machine. The CPU fan. Take the cover off. Turn on the system. Is the cpu fan running or very noisey???. I find that the fan as most others collect a lot of dust. You will have to either vacumn or blow the dust & dirt out to free the fan so it spins normally. If the fan has stopped or stops and starts, replace it that may be the reason for the freeze up due to the cpu chip becoming overheated. Now if you are talking about the other fan. The power supply fan stopping and starting the system would shut down when that happens. That would be another issue.
I have the same problem it frezzes and then released.
i installed another memory but it still do the same.
now i have another problem :my screen places the message"the monitor going to sleep" then the omputer restarts
the worst computers ever EMACHINES 5038
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Ok. Starting with the simple first. This machine has an AMD processor installed. They, by historical design, tend to run hotter than their Intel counterparts. Before I went crazy, I would open the machine and inspect the cooling fan and heat sink to determine if they have been clogged by dust and debris. Heat is the worst enemy of a PC, and CPUs will shut down when too hot. If you see clogged fins in the heat sink, get some canned air and blow out the debris. Hopefully that will solve the problem. If you smoke near the machine or keep the machine on the floor, it will clog up much faster than normal.
Overheating When the CPU overheats then it will shut down (i.e. thermal overload) and won't boot up again until it has cooled down. If this is the problem is not fixed then the CPU will eventually fail. A faulty fan causes the problem or the fan and heat sink assembly are clogged with dust. Check the CPU fan to see if it spins freely, if not replace the fan. If the fan and heat sink is clogged with dust the remove the dust and make sure the vents are clear and dust free. Use a small brush and can of compressed air to do this.
Yes, but the RPM's of the fan will change when the heat sensors reach a pre determined temp. You didn' mention your Make. Model of computer or your OS? Overheating will shut down the machine, this is done to prevent damage to components. You may have a bad fan or sensor, or worse. What is the age of the machine? Try to use SpeedFan: http://www.filehippo.com/download_speedfan/. Not knowing your machine, I'm not sure it will work with your hardware.
this means that your cpu fan is facing some problems so its better change it or else your pc will encountered on and off. you can use it for 2-5 minutes then turned off automatically and you will notice the the lights is still on.
Oopen cpu cabinet and then check wehn u power give to it led on mother bord is flashing or not? If flasshing then your motherbord get power. Then reattch all connection to mother bord. Pull cmos cell for 15 minutes from mother bord also change cmos cell if it has low volt or it is old. Then also cg\heckl your smps box is working properly.
First try alt+control+delete option if u can reach on task manager. close all application from task manager and it should be good to go.
it might be number of reasons why your computer are freezing. but make sure about ur cpu fan if its stop working or not cooling your system 's processor. This fan is located on top of your processor.
that would be the worst one coz it could fry up ur processor.
Some other reasons may be faulty ram, any new hardware changes etc.
but next time please explain your situation little more thouroughly so its easy for anybody here to help you ..
Good luck !!!
Sounds as if you have an overheating problem, remove the side panels of your desktop and see if you get any longer before he crash.
While the sides are off check the Heatsink and fan are'nt clogged with dust and check that the cables are not restricting the air flow.
If the panels removed stop the crash, you may have to fit a system fan to remove hot air, they are only cheap and do the job.
The worst case senario is a processor problem and will need replacing.