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Emachine w2686 no display when boot up

Emachine proablem when i start it up notthing show up on the monitor and the motherboard seems to be working fine.. almost out of ideas

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    Same problem..tried memory, cmos reset etc..even tried video card...although it seems like its running...just no video...You think processor ?

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Couple things to check. First, check with different monitor. Their monitors are usually build by KDS and I think there was a bad series out there. Also check for any beep codes through speakers on startup, this can tell you bad ram or bad video out. Also try unplugging computer and removing CMOS battery inside (watch like battery). Lastly, If non of the above, a bad processor will allow the computer to come on but no beep, no boot, no nothing but fans and green power light. Hope this helps a little.....

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