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"If a previous startup attempt was interrupted due to a power failure, or a Power, or a Reset button being pressed, or if you aren’t sure what caused the problem, choose “Start Windows Normally.”
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Re: Emachine loop again
Try first of all 'Last good configuration' If still no go consider what it is you have done latly in termso of installing new software or a new hardware device. Remove the most recent. Finally in Safe Mode go to Start/Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore and reset the machine to a time before the problem started.
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An external drive would have a cable you connect to the back of your tower. An internal would not have this but would connect directly to your motherboard on the inside of your PC Tower.
Based on your follow up question it appears you want to connect to an inside pin out connection point. Is this right? And if so, what type of cable do you have that need to connect? Is it thin and round or flat and wide?
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just go to www.newegg.com and purchase an OEM copy of Windows XP for 99 bucks. thats your best bet. Or you may have a recovery partition on that desktop...if you press f11 when you turn it on it may let you recover from that. good luck
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The fuel pump is inside the fuel tank as shown in diagram below.
Vacuum leak could of course cause poor performance on take off on engine speed below 3000RPM. Another indicator of a vacuum leak is slight above normal idling with the exhaust fumes hurting to the eyes.
I just did a complete recovery to an eMACHINE COMPUTER without the disc that comes with the comp. first step is to save any document , files , photo , music & video to a CD-R , external hard drive , or another comp. when ready turn on comp. yor gonna see the initial black screen with the big " e " following the technical data information , look down where it says RECOVERY and follow instructions , hope this helps
flashing a bios, can render your machine/motherboard useless.
You should always ensure any bios download is from a trusted source. if you experience a power failure, or an incomplete bios file. your computers as good as dead.
Windows 95/98 only supports disk drives to a certain capacity. if you updated to windows 2000/ME/XP your problems may be solved. I,d certainly try that first.
Bios flashing Last resort, even after finding a reliable bios update. also ensure the bios file is 256mb-512mb or equivalent. as this is standard bios file size.
Finally check that your hard-drive does not have a jumper ( Small white/black ) plastic block restricting the drives registered size.
When you install windows XP, it will ask you if you wish to enable LBA ( large block Allocation ) Select Y ( yes )