Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
When turning on my emachine 620 the power indicator light on the base unit flashes. It sounds like the fan is running but thats it. Nothing else is happening.
If you feel brave, open up the case (assuming no warranties etc, if it has a warranty sticker on it, and you know the warranty is valid, whatever you do- dont open the case, take it to them to fix!) and double check all power leads etc are plugged in correctly. The power box is the silver box, usually at the top left hand corner of your computer. Follow all the cables and make sure everythings plugged in. Usually if something is loose, you get some mad beeping, but some manufacturers turn the beeps off (Why, I dont know!) Check that there are no loose cables and everythings in nice and snug, then try booting it up again. Did anything happen between it working and it not? say, a pop or some crackling? or its been moved? Do you get any visual output at all?
Sorry If I can't be any more helpful at this stage, I have had this problem a few times with some computers, and its either somethings loose, or the motherboard has gone!
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
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