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E machine monitor and blue flashing power light

I can't get out of safe mode but when given the chance my e machine monitor shuts down and the power light blinks blue. Is it the monitor? I am trying to fix a virus problem but can't get into the system! HELP!!!

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Check the settings control panel, power options to make sure the setting is not engage to power saving after "minutes" if it is change to the require time or disable, then apply the settings and exit. if this is not the problem, the other most common problem with these emachines and random and frequent unplanned shutdowns is a the motherboard itself. Contact me for further support on this item

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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SOURCE: monitor turns on then shuts off in seconds.

check your video card connections. make sure that your monitor cable is attached firmly in place.Also make sure the video card is fully pushed into the slot on the motherboard. Sometimes because of heat the card can pop out of the slot. Sometime this is just enough to barely work and then stop.

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Monitor power light blinks blue but does not power on

if the screen was fryed the fuse would of blew which means there would be no lights at all.. the best thing you can do is plug your screen into another pc to see if anything happens.. if nothing happens then yeah your screen must of messed up somewhere.. but if your screen works on another computer then your graphics card config cant be right somewhere along the line

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Started pc in safe mode. Monitor comes on but

Try it on another PC first just to make sure it is not the PC problem, you can also try to set the resolution to 640 x 480 @60 Hz when you are in safe mode, reboot the PC and if it displays OK, then set the resolution to the monitor native resolution which is 1440 x 900 @60Hz.

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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