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Wont boot up

Emachines wont power up even though fans are working and led light is on in motherboard. Isnt power supply, or graphic card. blinking light from hard drive doesnt work either

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Try to change your RAM,if same also

try to change your graphic card if u use it...

happy trying..

good luck..

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