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Unit will not Boot up

I have T6520 desktop e-machine. When powered up, the power blue LED is on, the HDD yellow LED is on, system and processor fans are running and after few seconds a beeping sound comes on. It doen't boot up because you don't hear the typical booting activity associated with a booting-up hard drive and the monitor flashes "no signal". KAJuly06

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  • hoserleo Jul 11, 2008

    I have a T6532 desktop model. The power on light is lit, the yellow flashes a couple of times, but I don't hear the hardrive actuate.I get no video prompt from the monitor. I checked my monitor with another PC and it's in working order. I also disconected and reconected all the peripherals.It's there any way that the start up protocols had been compromised ( a virus)and is there a solution?

  • cagiemoore Jan 23, 2009

    I have the same problem as mentioned above. Using Microsoft Windows XP 2005 on an eMachine T6520. CPU = AMD Athlon 64 3400+. It would beep a short beep about every 3 to 5 seconds. It will not boot all the way up. Can you help? Thanks.

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A long beep? what?
be specific!! so we can help

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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    edward belmes Jul 25, 2008

    start up might be affected. try boot to cd ( bootable disc) or to usb, if that works, your system is infected. reformat your system to do clean up. before installing new OS.

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Make sure your monitor is plugged in and try again

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