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E machine no power

Hi i have a emachine 3310 and my cpu wont turn on no lights nothing ,changed the power supply but nothing even the fan does not come on in the unit i get a green light on the motherboard but no power or sign of life helpppppppp

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  • Anonymous Feb 05, 2008

    nothinh working could my motherboard be fixed there is a green light comes on when i switch the power supply on but no life

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Make sure the RAM is seated, the CPU, any video card and the Power supply is properly connected.

If you power it on, still get no POST (beep at startup from the PC speakers) its time to replace the motherboard.

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

  • Brandon Hanes Feb 05, 2008

    The board may have a green light, indicating it is getting power, but this is not a sign of working components on the board.
    The cost of replacing the board around 40 dollars, vs the up to $100 dollars an hour a tech with that much experience will charge you to replace diodes and capacitors on your system board... you make the call.
    I told you already, order a new board

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