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After power on my eMachines C6537, there is no beep sound and nothing shown on screen. The CPU fan and fan in the box are working. The HD drive spin sounds normal. No problem to open doors of DVD and CD player. I also tried to power on after unplug power/IDE cables of those 3 peripherals (HD, DVD, CD), still no beep sound, no bios message. I suspect the problem on power supply, motherboard, or CPU. Any suggestions. Thanks in advance.

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Disconnect the power cable open the case and pull the CR 2032 battery out for a minute. That will reset the BIOS. If you have no Beep Codes at all the MoBo might be dead. If this were just a video issue there'd be Beep codes. If there's more than one stick of RAM Pull one try to boot then do same with second stick. if there's only one stick of RAM try reseating it.

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You power ratings are ok on the main power supply. But you should check the volts on the internal and see what is happening.

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SOURCE: System will not power on.

Hi Robert,

Have you checked to see that there is no cabling of any sort in your machine that may be brushing with the side panel when it is closed? I'm thinking maybe a GRND pin from either the front panel connectors or a USB connector but this is only a guess. I am unsure why a panel could stop it turning on! Let me know if its resolved! :o)

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How many hours you working you computer? 1 or 2 or 3 hours?
if you working 2 or 3 or 1 then automaticaly shutdown then, when you push the power button the cpu fan is working but in few minuts shutdown again,.... check you cfu pan maybe this over heting only.. try to make cold the computer then start again if dos't work.. check the power connnection in the motherboad........

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remove the processor,ram for 30min and put them back

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pull out the cpu chip and see if it comes on or beeps,
If it dont its the mobo.

Sometimes the mobo and the cpu go bad at the same time, a bad cpu can kill the mobo

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