HI no startup beep on my emachine and no signal onscreen
Hi I tried to starup my emachine T6532 and got no signal message on my screen. I checked cables no luck switched out with another working screen and cable same thing. A friend suggested video card out so i replaced it and followed instructions plugging into new card and again no signal at startup. I did hear the machine gear up and sound like its working correctly but no starup beep.thx for the help.
Re: HI no startup beep on my emachine and no signal...
According to the gateway book, the "no signal" message shows if leads are removed and means the monitor is working fine, i have checked conections and all is ok. Connecting another hardrive made no difference.
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you should not leave PC on for more than a couple days.
It may have gone into Hibernate and if there is a bad sector, (i.e. read errors,) when that is loaded into RAM, then that can cause many symptoms. Try to boot into Safe Mode, then if that works, Restart and use Normal mode.
shut down your computer and remove the side cover and remove the memory from the slot and switch on the computer if you hear beeps switch down the computer and insert the memory if you still hear beeps means the tre is an memory failure you need to change the memory while removing memory you didnt hear any beep it means there is problem with your motherboard remove the processor heat sink and the processor clean the surface then insert the processor to the slot apply a thin level of heatsink compound and fix the heat sink then switch on the computer
This could possibly be a driver issue. Please disconnect all devices connected to the computer other than the mouse, keyboard and monitor during installation. If installation completes successfully, then you may reconnect the devices.
There are a lot of things that can cause this kind of problem. You might try swapping out the cable connecting the monitor if you have an extra, or if you're lucky and own another computer, you can try to use another monitor, or connect another tower to the monitor in question to see if another computer works better with it.
If you've determined that it's not the monitor or the cable, it's most likely going to be an issue with your graphics adapter. If you are not comfortable messing around with the interior of your machine, a shop could help you do further testing to see what needs to be done. Most likely, a new motherboard will be the solution, since your particular computer's graphics chipset resides on the motherboard itself.
As a final hint, I've seen a lot of Emachines with motherboard issues at my primary place of work. You might try contacting Emachines if the machine is less than a year old, since it would fall under manufacturer's warranty and you can get the board replaced for free.
Bad capacitor(s) on the motherboard can cause this problem, corrupted BIOS maybe... try flashing BIOS.
Probably the CPU if your not getting any error code beeps on startup.. NO Processor for the BIOS instructions thus no Beeps !