Question about E-Machines T2682 (000002965) PC Desktop
I have an Emachine T2682 that wouldn't power on a month ago. I decided to change the power supply to try and "save" the computer. Got new power supply hooked up and computer turns on. Goes through initial XP welcome screen, loads my initial startup programs, but when I try to get beyond that and access any documents or programs it quits. My monitor goes black and says "no input", and the computer makes different noises. I still have the cover off while I've been working and the fan on the motherboard stops spinning just before the computer quits working. The computer continues after basically going off-line to try and find itself, and does a lot of cycling, but no life back to allow me to access it.
Is this a hard drive issue since I can't access info?
Nope, if the fan on any of the equipment stops, then its a power problem. Hightly suspect the motherboard is at fault loading down the power supply and even possibly burning out the power supply. I've seen it happen to many times.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
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