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Computer won't boot

One morning my father went to turn on his W2047 emachine and it wouldn't power up. I installed a new power supply and it powers up but won't boot. The led light flickers yellow for a second then it doesn't do anything. I read that I should reset the CMOS jumpers, but I'm not sure how that is done.
Here is a link to a picture of what I believe are the jumpers, near a cmos battery.

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Re: Computer won't boot

There are 2 ways to reset your cmos i believe one is with the jumpers and the other is to take off the battery if possible for 30 seconds and then placing it back in properly. Using jumpers to reset your CMOS the manual for the motherboard should tell you where the CMOS jumper pins are, the jumper is the plastic rectangular looking thing that covers the pins and there should be a total of 3 pins by themselves. All your doing is taking off the jumper from the pins it was on and moving it over 1 pin for 30 seconds and then moving it back to the original pins it was on and the CMOS should be reset. If this doesn't work it might be a Hardware issue, Goodluck.

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If you want too boot your computer when you start computer thne click delete click one or more time and setting screen available. set first boot cdrom option select.. and save satting. and restart. then you are cdrom open and put bootable CD in cdrom and restart computer see bootable your computer..

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