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Installed New Motherboard Computer Cycles off and on when I push the start button, I have to play with the reset button several times before it will Boot.

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Check that the Processor is seated properly and locked in place. Also, reseat the memory.
Re-check all your power supply connections.

Are the front panel connectors in the correct place?

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I have a 3507 emanchines computer.When I push start button all it does is show green light clicking . Then it will stop and the white light will below will blink 7-8 times. The green light will click about...


sounds like an issue with your motherboard or something like that...try resetting the motherboard by unplugging the power, taking out the battery of the motherboard inside the computer and pressing the power button several times to drain the power. then put the battery back in, plug in the power cord and try to start it up. if it doesnt work then ur gonna have to contact emachines because ur mobo is either defective or broken...

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Toshiba M45-S165 startup issues


This is normally a motherboard issue. I had one with the same symptoms and I had to replace the motherboard. Worked great after the board was replaced. I had to replace the board because unlike your issue mine stopped working all together. It did take a while before it quit though. Just a note: I have had to replace several of these motherboards for customers as well. If your LCD is broken, you may be better off to save your data and put it in a new laptop that would include a warranty unless your super fond of the machine or you have access to inexpensive parts.
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Unplug computer, disconnect all usb/monitor/internet, open it, hold power button until green led on the inside on the motherboard turns off, pop out the BIOS battery (looks like a big watch battery and use a small flathead screwdriver to depress the spring lock on one side), plug in computer, hold power button for about 20 seconds (must reset BIOS), let up on power button, wait 10 seconds and push power button. The computer should turn on. Wait for it until activity seems stable (1 min. or so). Push powerbutton to shut off.

If this has worked you have proven that it's not the power supply (it turned on). If you purchased a non dell power supply, you might try this with the original one installed.

Go buy a new battery (CR2032 3 volt). Unplug computer, open it, hold power button until green led on the inside on the motherboard turns off, pop in new battery, plug in (you should notice the power button blinking amber again), hold power button until it stops blinking (about 20 sec....again must reset BIOS), wait 10 sec., push power button. the computer should turn on. Wait for it until activity seems stabe (1 min. or so). Push powerbutton to shut off.

Now, close case, plug in all usb/monitor/internet/etc. Power up computer. You'll get an internal floppy drive error. Push F2 (maybe F1) to get into the BIOS settings and go to "drives" and turn off the internal floppy. Save and exit. The computer should boot properly now.

This seems to be a big problem with the e510, my theory is that this one small battery is the root of most of these failures (as these computers usually fail after 1-2 years), not the power supply or the motherboard (heck, when you replace the motherboard it comes with a new one of these batteries...a several hundred dollar piece of hardware, with a $5 battery that will actually fix it).

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Blinking green reset light


Can you please supply us with the make and model as well as the blink count of the green light. That count should be indicating the problem circuit. Once that info is posted, we should be able to give you more details and possible solutions.
Dan

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Motherboard worked, but not on first try.


Its proberally because your card got a static charge,, This needed to be discharged , it happend when you pushed the button several times therefore dumping the eletricity.. Since it was dumped it started to work as normal without fault :) cheers..

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Computer won't power on at all when network card is plugged into motherboard


Based on what you said, network card is not the main problem it is on the expansion slot where you had put the network card. My advice is that you should try putting your network card on other expansion slot or try another card (which is working) and put in on the slot to where you previously put your network card and if it doesn't work, that slot may have been damaged or it may have dirt inside.

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There's nothing obvious here, so you need to start with the basics.
Look in Control Panel/Admin Tools/System and Application to see if any errors suggest a fix.
Be sure the old (New) graphics driver was removed.
Clean out any dust.
Remove all components and replace them one at a time carefully making sure you get a good connection each time.
Power up the board as you replace each item to see if you can isolate the error.

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Computer powers off during boot


Hmmm...try resetting CMOS & checking all external peripheral connections: (KB/mouse, monitor, etc.)

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