Question about eMachines W3619 PC Desktop
I've been trying to install an Intel core 2 duo e6700 on my eMachines W3619, when I try to start, everything but the power light turns on and nothing comes up on my monitor. When I put in my old processor, everything works fine I have the latest BIOS installed and flashed. Also, with the update my fans have been running at full speed and I cant find a solution. My motherboard is an ecs 945gct-m3
Try to update the BIOS with the old CPU in, if not the new CPU could be faulty, yes I know it's new but it is entirely possible
Posted on Apr 19, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This could be a few things though if you have already checked the memory and HD. The next thing I would tell you is that you should check the cpu. Also make sure that everything in the BIOS is set to the default settings when you start it.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
Okay, sounds like your BIOS upgrade went south. First off, re-install the original BIOS. Usually you back up the original before upgrading. Either that, or d/l the original BIOS from emachines.com. Once you've got the BIOS working, try starting the system. I'll need to know more to help you from there.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
I would recommend rechecking your connection to the motherboard. All wires from the power supply to board and making sure the front panel switch connection are correct. Also, make sure the power supply is compatible to the motherboare. even though a 20-Pin ps will connect to a 24-Pin board, it still does not work. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
SOURCE: Emachine w3507 blue light only
If you get nothing but a blue light and no video at all it sounds like you have a bad power supply. They are easy enough to check and replace but not for a first timer. If you know someone who knows more; get a volt meter and put it on the DC scale. Unplug a power plug to a drive or find one that is not used. Measure the Yellow to black and then the red to black wires. You should get 12 & 5 volts respectively.
Posted on Apr 22, 2010
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