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The fuse on the power supply would be on the primary side (before the transformer). It's usually either under the cover, or it's in the red voltage selector switch.
But...if you have some lights on the motherboard, it's not the fuse. The power supply has to send out a couple different voltages (usually +/- 5V, and +/- 12V). If parts of the computer have power, then you probably are missing one of the voltages. You could get a voltmeter and check each one, but chances are you will just need to replace the power supply.
check all your ground screws on the motherboard. If that doesn't work try booting it up with out the hard drive. if that doesn't work, pop out the BIOS battery and unplug your computer, let it sit for about a min. and put the battery back in and restart.
Best way to check is to open your case. Near the power supply plug to the motherboard should be a little led light. If it is getting power to the board this light should be green. If it's unlit then most likely your power supply has gone bad. Hope this helps.
Hi, Are you able to test or repair some of this your self? is so use a multimeter and check the power supply,If you get no reading then remove the unit and open the cover, on the printed circut you will find a fuse either glass or ceramic. Replace this and also clean all dust from the unit replace the cover and reinstall in computer.
If this fails you may need a new power supply unit.
Hi, I came acroos a similar problem on an older model of emachine. If I remember it right what I did was to update the chipset and agp and other drivers (especially the lan card). The T5026 uses Intel 915GV. Most of what you probably would need can be found at http://downloadfinder.intel.com/scripts-df-external/Support_Intel.aspx?lang=eng. Most of the updates are chipset and OS specific. Good luck and please let me know how this works out for your. Cheers.