Question about E-Machines T1862 PC Desktop
EMachines are known to have cheap/bad power supplies.
If you have access to an extra good working supply you can disconnect the power supply from the computer with out removing it (unpluged of course), and connect your good one as a test.
Power supplies are very inexpensive off of sites like Newegg, Pricewatch, etc.
Do this right away.
You don't want a bad power supply to burn out your motherboard, and, or, CPU and end up costing you more to replace.
Also It could be possible something is overheating too and causing the machine to shut down.
Open the side panel and make sure the CPU fan is spinning freely when the power is on.
Some times what happens too is a machine can get so full of dust, dirt, and, or pet hair that the whole CPU fan and heat-sink get blocked so air can flow through and around them.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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