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Computer will not start up :(

My computer when I press the power button will not start up.
The fans turn on and the light in the front near power button lights up. I get nothing on the screen and it stays like it is starting up forever..

What could be the problem?

also this is not my product I dont know how to find what mine is. It is an emachine though.

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Hi my name is wesley. ok thereare a few problems that it may be il list them all. 1 it could be a loose cable to your hard disk. 2 your pc might of over heated and fried the cpu. 3 it might be that your graphics controller has crashed witch means you might need to get a new graphics card. 4 it might be your memory try taking it out and puuting it in a different slot on the board. if it is the cpu you will beable to smell it if it is that is a big problem but unlikely the problem tho. please let me know what happens.

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