DUDE! You can't post pictures like THAT!
Put sum clothes on that girl!
-> OH,....I'M JUST KIDDING! <-
1) Check the monitor cable.
If attached to the monitor, use the monitor, and cable on a WORKING computer. Same thing? Need a different monitor.
Use a KNOWN to be working monitor cable, if detachable; on your computer.
No? Monitor cable is good?
2) We are dealing with a graphics problem.
Next in line is the graphics chipset.
The eMachines T6532 Desktop PC uses an MSI MS-7207 motherboard. Also known as the MSI K8NGM2-L,http://www.msi.com/product/mb/K8NGM2-FID--IL--L.html
Clicking on the photo shows a MUCH better view.
You have two white PCI slots at the Bottom, (PCI1 and PCI2), and a white longer PCI Express x16 slot above them.
[The shorter white slot above the long white PCI Express x16 slot, is a PCI Express x1 slot)
Integrated Graphics is also known as OnBoard Graphics.
A term that seldom seems used anymore. Too bad because it explains better.
ON the motherBOARD.
The graphics chipset is part of the motherboard chipset, which is Soldered TO the motherboard.
If the OnBoard Graphics of the motherboard is suspected to be bad, the tech will then use a graphics card; and bypass the Integrated/OnBoard graphics.
You have your choice of using one of the white PCI slots, if available; or the white PCI Express x16 slot.
Posting in case you have a graphics card sitting around.
Anti-Static Procedures are FOLLOWED, with your unplugged from power computer. The graphics card is physically installed.
Monitor attached to graphics card.
When you turn the computer on, the graphics won't be perfect. This is because THE graphics drivers for THAT graphics card; has not been installed yet.
Will sort of look 'Fred Flintstone-sih'
(Color quality will probably be set at 8 bit, instead of 16-bit; and Screen Resolution will be wrong)
That's OK. Right now you are just trying to get graphics.
I'll guide you through installing the drivers.
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