Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
I moved my computer from one room to the other and the fan would turn on but then it wouldn't reboot. We figured out that it wasn't getting enough power from the outlet so we did some rewiring. I plugged my computer in to a surge protector and turned it on. It started to boot up and then it just shut itself off. Now it won't turn on at all. Not even the fan. I don't really know anything about the inside of the tower so I will need detail descriptions if you have me do something. I also took it to another outlet and it won't do anything.. Thank you..
If your computer functioned before you transported it, the reason it wouldn't boot is due to loosened connections. Ground yourself by placing your hands on both sides of your CPU to remove static electricity in your body. Open your computer (of course unplugged), remove and reinsert all the cards (video card, sound card, memory modules) into their slots firmly. Reboot.
As for Teana, which tabs are you talking about? Can you provide a picture?
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