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download soun drivers and it will work

eMachines... | Answered on Nov 19, 2018

Have you checked speakers on another computer. Get it checked first if it working on another computer or other device. If it working reinstall realteK audio drivers.

eMachines... | Answered on Nov 04, 2017

the hard drive needs to be replaced

eMachines... | Answered on Jun 26, 2017

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eMachines... | Answered on Jun 02, 2017

Usually replacing the coin cell battery fixes the no boot problem. Look on the motherboard around the processor socket. Electrolytic capacitors can overheat. If you see any of them that are bulging (top is domed instead of flat), they are bad. Trying to replace all the bad ones is tedious and expensive. May be cheaper to replace the motherboard.

eMachines... | Answered on Apr 16, 2017

The entire unit can got damaged.

eMachines... | Answered on Sep 01, 2016

Go to the Crucial site. They make memory and their site will scan your PC, then tell you how much memory it will take.
From there, it will also give you an idea of how to open your PC to install the new or additional memory.

Good luck,

eMachines... | Answered on Apr 06, 2016

You can download the drivers from the following website

Select product category > desktop
Select product line > ET series
Select product model >1161
Select operating system > windows Vista

Download the audio drivers

Thanks for using fixya

eMachines... | Answered on Aug 28, 2015



eMachines... | Answered on May 18, 2015

This looks like the codes from a Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD). If so you will need a system disk to boot from and get to a dos command prompt (black screen with white writing) and type the following command:
chkdsk /r
Check Disk Repair will run for well over an hour and you will see the percentage of completion going from high to low but that is normal. Let it run to completion and then reboot.

In Windows XP to get to the dos command prompt boot from the system disk and when the options come up select Repair. Select 1 for the Windows Operating System and when it asks for the Administrator Password just press enter.

In Windows Vista to get to the dos command prompt boot from the system disk and when the options screen open you could try a startup repair. If it fails look the dos command at the bottom of the Recovery Console.

eMachines... | Answered on May 16, 2015

Is your Computer free of Malware ,etc , work on what you can clean off the Computer,as a !st try , see if it make a difference, last resort to reload Windows 7.

eMachines... | Answered on Mar 12, 2015

If system restore not working you can always try to do a repair operation with the disks that came with your machine. If you have no disks you are out of luck and will have to reload the machine with new software.

If concerned about losing data/files you can remove the hard drive and install it as secondary on another working machine, download the files you want to a usb stick and reload the hard drive and re install the files you previously saved. Good luck

eMachines... | Answered on Mar 10, 2015

Try removing the CMOS battery, wait 15 minutes put it back in and see that that helps. Try reseating your memory sticks. If you have more than one, test them singly and swap slots. Good luck.

eMachines... | Answered on Feb 07, 2015

A virus check might not get all malware. Download Malwarebytes free and do a scan with that. Check the add-ons installed in you browsers and get rid of superfluous or strange ones. Use msconfig to check which programs are loaded at start up. Uncheck unnecessary or suspicious ones. Good luck.

eMachines... | Answered on Feb 07, 2015

Depending on your operating system, go to Control Panel click on Sound then the Recording tab. Select you microphone, select properties and make sure it's turned on (that's for windows 7, will be similar for XP, 8 etc.))

eMachines... | Answered on Feb 07, 2015

Have a look to see if there is a firmware upgrade for your router on the Netgear site.

eMachines Black... | Answered on Feb 07, 2015

This might be a dodgy stick of memory or memory slot. If you have more than 1 stick of memory, see what happens if you just use variations of just 1. Maybe try disonnecting all drives except the one you boot from. And, not sure exactly what you mean by works once and how far it gets after removing the CMOS battery. But does it get far enough to boot from a cd? If it does, try getting hold of a AVG rescue disk this will run a pre-boot virus check which may clear the problem if you're lucky. Obviously you would have to use a friend's machine to burn the disk. Unlikely, but could be a failing powers supply. Borrow one and try it instead. Otherwise, it really sounds like a terminal motherboard issue to me. Godd luck.

eMachines... | Answered on Feb 07, 2015

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