MOTHER BOARD IS A FR33E i DONT KNOW WHAT HAPPED TO IT, i WAS HIGH AT THE TIME AND IT DID ONLY A PARTIAL BOOT, THEN iT WOULDN'T COME UP AT ALL, THE MONITOR WENT DEAD. i REINSTALLED ALL THE HARDWARE, TRIED ANOTHER BOARD , IT WAS BAD, PUT MINE BACK, NOW i DON'T KNOW WHERE THE LITTLE WIRES GO, THE POER, HHD DRIVE, RESET, ETC... PLEASE ADVISE, TY DENNY
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Hi, dont loose faith.
If you look on your mother board along the edge closest to the front of the case you will see a series of pins, usualy about 10 pins.
Printed on the board will be the names of the plugs that match. The wires from the front of the case have corresponding names.
The power and reset switch will work no matter witch way around you put them.
The HDD led and the pwr led will only work one way so if these lights dont work, just reverce the plugs. If desperate you can bridge two pins together at a time until you get the on/off switch. Note you cant hurt anything unless you use a hammer.
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I had same problem in same Board i didn't get any solution this issue may be in Ram but if you are sure about RAM, it's not faulty so i think *********** board is out of service you should purchase a new motherboard.
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make sure both power cables are hooked to the mobo. 24 and the 4 pin. if still no video check all the cables. is STILL no video what may have happened is that during the case switch you may have given the board a static shock thus shorting out the video chipset on the mobo. you may need to replace it.
By nothing else, from a technical standpoint this would mean literally nothing, the CPU fan, power supply fan, aux fan, disk drive not spinning up, etc. My experience with EMachines is their motherboards aint the best, have been known to take out hard drives and other peripherals to the mother board. If you are technically inclined the first thing to do is to bare out the system, Power Supply attached to the Mother Board w/ Cpu Monitor and Keyboard no Hard Drive and no Non esential boards installed, very carefully remove the memory and start it up all should be fine except it should give you a long beep from the PC Speaker indicating the Mother Board is aware there is no memory installed if it will not do this most basic of tests this is not good. If it does give you a health beep continue to install one item at a time, first the memory, the display should, if working, tell you there is a boot failure, of course, the hard drive is not connected, do so and keep on testing. Without knowing what type of mother board you have, most likely an AT with integrated peripherials the process to determine exactly what the problem is would take hands on trouble shooting. If you dont get the beep indicating the mother board cant determine if memory is installed and truley nothing else is on it is more likely the mother board. There are several good ones online that will fit your case if you want to go this route. Or is it time to upgrade ?
Don't panic. If you take the cover off the side of the computer and look at the motherboard you will find a jumper that says cmos. You can switch the jumper and wait a minute or so then switch it back and it will boot up its defaults. If you cant find the jumper just take the battery out of the motherboard and wait a couple minutes and then put it back in. that will do the same thing and it should boot up fine.