Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
The beeps are a way of your computer telling you there is a hardware fault and that it can't continue to load the OS.
In your case there are 2 possible causes...
1) The power supply is faulty. Open the case and just check that the wiring loom is seated firmly into the slot on the motherboard.
You could replace the power supply to see if this will cure it.
2) The motherboard is faulty. There is numerous reasons for this, but ultimately the best option is to replace it, either for the same or for a better one. This poses a few more problems though, as you will have to choose a motherboard that will be able to use your existing parts like the cpu, memory, graphics card etc.
To be really honest you would probably be better purchasing a new base unit. You can pick up really good ones for not much money, and at least you will get a upto date computer with a warranty.
Not much of a solution but I hope it helps.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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