Question about eMachines Computers & Internet
Most likely, one of your memory modules (RAM) is bad or loose.
Disconnect all the cables. Remove the battery. Remove the memory cover. First, remove and reinsert (reseat) the memory modules. Reinsert the battery and connect the cables. Boot your laptop.
If still a problem, follow all the above steps, but remove one module at a time and boot to test each module.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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