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Look for HiRen's Boot CD. It has a utility where you can boot and reset/blank out the administrator's password and log in.

E-Machines... | Answered on Aug 10, 2014

Which browser are you using?
Check memory usage ,add ons, scripts etc.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 25, 2014

What message?
According to Facebook Support Page...
Facebook stores your password in such a secure way that we don't know what it is, and we can only check if it's correct. If you can't remember your password, you can request a new password.
If you can't log into Facebook and need to reset your password:
1.Go to the login page at https://www.facebook.com
2.In the top right, click Can't log in?
3.Type the email, phone number or username associated with your account, then click Search and follow the on-screen instructions

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 23, 2014

You can add a standalone PCI-X video card.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 21, 2014

There are different ways to find out if your hard drive is bad.

1) use command line option that is chkdsk (drive letter) without bracket. ex. chkdsk c: or chkdsk d: , After checking your drive if it says it have some bad sectors then your hard drive is bad. there are tools to remove bad sectors but that will cure your drive for sometime. (better take backup)

2) if your drives gives knocking or constant clicking sound then your drive is bad

Above are the most common issues with drive.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 21, 2014

you can only do one at a time with dial up

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 19, 2014

OK, going to have to guess a little on my side. Is the computer a laptop? If so are all the lights on the laptop on when it's started?
If it is a laptop - could be a back light - light that illuminates the screen, so it can be seen. IF this computer is a desktop, well - check all your connections to make sure they are well connected and same thing, do you see the power on lights. If so, you can start to figure it has something to do with your display or video card (on-board or dedicated video). Greatest of luck

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E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 19, 2014

Turn off the power cable from the PC and with a pencil eraser to Erase contacts memory and graphics Remove dust all plug & try again if it works

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 19, 2014

If your PC doesn't have a built in Card-Reader you will need to buy one (you can get them at Pound shops & they only cost 1 pound). Then it's simply a matter of plugging the card-reader into a USB port, pop your SD Card into the relevant slot in the card-reader, wait for the necessary drivers to be installed & your SD Card will show up in 'My Computer' as a removable drive. Open it & copy away.

Hope that helps.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 18, 2014

simple just hit erase from cache

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 05, 2014

You'll have to go to motherboard makers website and download the correct audio drivers as windows 7 does not automatically install an audio driver.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jul 01, 2014

Not to much information from you . Here is a E-Machine assembly for the motherboard .
The power switch is a 2-wire connection to the Motherboard. The 2 pins on the motherboard it connects to will be labeled something like PW. The polarity on it doesn't matter. There will also be a power LED connection. Usually those wires are green and black. Green is positive. There's also a hard drive activity LED with (usually) red and black wires. Red is positive. Hopefully that polarity will be marked on the motherboard. If not, try it one way and if the LED doesn't light up, try it the other way. The power (green) LED should be on whenever the PC is on. The hard drive (red) LED will be on whenever the drive is being accessed. There might be pins on the motherboard for reset. Some computers don't have a reset button. In that case you wouldn't connect anything to it. If your case does have a reset button then connect the wires to the reset pins on the motherboard. Polarity doesn't matter for that.

Hope this helps

E-Machines... | Answered on Jun 27, 2014

Possibly attempting to boot from a nonbootable device. Remove any USB devices or periferals and try again.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jun 24, 2014

Make sure the power cable is plugged in.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jun 14, 2014

I had an Emachines W3609 that did the same thing, I changed the 350-watt power supply with a 550-watt and it still shut off, even using the newer one. I thought just the first one was bad but I guess not. It had more than enough power to power it up but nothing. And it used to randomly restart at times and then just shut off. Try and get a new hard drive maybe that will help. Good luck!

E-Machines... | Answered on Jun 14, 2014

This has happened to me so many times, with Vista and XP. I had to go on another computer and download the drivers from the website for my PC model, and download them and put them on a flashdrive and install them on my PC I had the issue with. They worked than, I had an issue with my Ethernet port. So hopefully this helps.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jun 14, 2014

Go on your browser, I use Firefox, and click view at the top right corner of the screen and click full screen. Or just hit the F11 key.

E-Machines... | Answered on Jun 14, 2014

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