Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
You might have a stuck key on your keyboard. I emphasize might.
Try this though:
Remove the power cord from the back of your PC. Leave it out for a minute or so. While it is unplugged turn your keyboard over and strike the top of the keyboard against your work area top a couple of times. Some debris may come out, could unstick any key that may be stuck. Reattach the power cord and if it doesn't power up immediately turn the power on and see if everything is okay or not.
If not, let me know by commenting back so I can talk you through another troubleshooting technique. Okay?
Posted on May 24, 2008
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