Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
If you have already gone into the BIOS settings and made sure it is set to power up with your internal video card then simply try installing a new card in the PCI slot. When booting with a new card (or known good used card) you should get an image on your monitor that will prove your system is ok and you just needed a video card. If that works your onboard Chip was bad. Before you start any of these checks go into your BIOS settings and set up the default settings just in case since there are setting related to amount of shared memory for onboard video that could stop you from getting any picture at all.
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
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