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Emachine T4060 -black screen-no cd-rom boot

Emachine T4060 has black screen at boot, won't boot from cd-rom, can't complete sequence even after cd-rom Priority at bios.

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    when you boot, does the screen no display at all? what is the color of the led indicator of power of monitor and cpu? it is orange? or green.

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Hi,
If it is DVD Drive, then sometimes in BIOS you'll also find the option for DVD Drive together with CD Drive. Choose the correct one and boot your PC.
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