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Q: eMachines motherboard replacement

Hello to all I have an EMACHINE W that is approx years old It started the dreaded shutting off by itself problem last week I bench tested the PSU and the power at the motherboard connection and all was well and within specs While the case eMachines replacement motherboard was opened I noticed that of the capacitors next to the CPU were swollen After researching this on the net I am convinced that the motherboard is probably the culprit I know that it s a eMachines motherboard replacement peice of crap computer but I just want to get another years out of it I am in no way a computer guru and find that I understand hardware more than I do software issues My question is this I would love to replace the motherboard and the PSU to get it up and running but is eMachines motherboard replacement there another motherboard I could use instead of the high priced poor quality one that was installed I am also confused on the software issues involved I have recovery discs I received in the mail last week I had to get these because I couldn t access the recovery partition on the hard drive due to a admin password problem So if I replace the motherboard with another does that mean the recovery discs dont have the OS on them Even though it s a Vista system I have had a Windows XP proffesional disc sitting on my desk for years and never used it My neice purchased it from the college bookstore and never loaded it So all in all I admit the software thing confuses me Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated I will gladly post system specs if needed I just kept it quot general quot for now since it might be a generic answer The motherboard is a MCP SM-GM Again thanks in advance and God Bless Mike in South Carolina Sorry for the bold caps on title I cant figure out how to change it nbsp

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A: eMachines motherboard replacement

Dead and not worth replacing, as the restore disks will likely not work.
The motherboard is a known failure, and is actually a 6 year oild board.
ASRock boards are low cost and work, as are many others from the online stores... but you also have to get the right CPU, CPU cooler, power supply, memory, for that board, and make the external plugs fit the case.
You can look at the motherboard specs on line at Directron.com, Newegg.com, Frys.com, PCMall.com, CDW.com, ZipZoomFly.com, and many others... and you will immediately see how complex the order is in matching up everything.
You are probably best off asking a local guru, High School or College Kid with a high interest in computers. Give it to them for a couple of weeks, and let them get it right for you.
The hard drive, memory, and optical drive are still good... but matching them up takes some work, and we would have to see the board setup and CPU to be sure.

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Need a motherboard here too

for the same model that is
 

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A:emachines T2596 motherboard replacement

Welcome to techspot.
Your system should have a socket 478 intel processor and ddr memory.
Your system likely uses a micro atx board, as many prebuilt systems do.
Here's a board that should be compatible with your current parts.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813128222

I've used this board, and think it's pretty nice. It should be much better than your current one though, as it supports cpus with up to a 800mhz fsb, including prescott cores and cpus with intel's ht tech(your celeron is a 400fsb), ddr memory up to pc3200 speed, (your ram is pc2100), and it also has an agp slot, so if you'd ever need faster video(for gaming etc), you can add in a graphics card. The board also has integrated graphics like your current board, so you wouldn't need to buy a graphics card if you don't want the extra expense.

The hardest part of replacing the board though will be getting the new motherboard connected to the pc case you have, specifically the power button, usb, and leds. I'm not exactly sure how your pc case is setup, but it likely can be connected to the motherboard. You probably will want to/have to reinstall windows after the replacement, since the motherboard is different. It might be possible to do a repair install of xp and keep your data intact.

If you want an exact replacement board, try searching ebay for your pc's model number and "motherboard".

Hope this helps.
 

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Hi all

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Thanks!
Kev
 

A:Replacement Mobo/PSU for eMachines 8210

To keep the same Windows install you will have to get the same motherboard model as you have now, and get a decent 350 or 400W PSU.
 

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A:eMachines Motherboard

You can usually resolve this by calling Microsoft at the number difficult to find on their website. Do not tell them more than they need to know.
Microsoft's official position is that the license dies when the motherboard dies. They can usually tell which computer the install was meant for... But we know a number of people who have been able to give them the details of the license tag on the computer (they may ask for any of those number sets) and get going again after being told it is a repair.
The eMachines T-2685 has the highest failure rate of any desktop computer made in the past six years due to the bad motherboard.
But you will get nowhere without the phone call, as there is no online way to resolve the issue.
 

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A:Emachines Motherboard

rather than destroy a good new motherboard, I would seriously recommend reading some books on building computers. There is more to it than can be simply addressed in a blog.

Swapping out a motherboard will also require reloading of your operating system. This is also assuming your other components weren't fried by your PSU.
 

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A:Upgrade motherboard in emachines pc

Normally when you swap MB's it would be best to re-install windows , Drivers etc.XP may make you re.register because of the significant hardware change.
There are many other drivers than just the IDE controller to consider.
Also Emachines are not the most upgrade friendly.I would first go to their Web and see what they support for this upgrade.
Let us know what you learn their.
You cannot use another XP disk as your oem license will not be accepted by it.
 

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A:Emachines motherboard question

Although the motherboard may be an exact duplicate, the serial # is not. Part of the verification process is checking the serial #. Once you swap motherboards, windows should recognize a change and refuse to cooperate. Part of this "repair" process M$ is talking about it re-registering the machine. Follow M$ directions. Windows XP is only licensed and configured for one motherboard at a time.

Also when E-crap machines blow their power supplies they generally take out the motherboard as well. You can get a 350W psu for around $40
 

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A:Motherboard and processor for eMachines PC

So, you thought it was the PSU and now your told it is the motherboard, are you sure? Who made the diagnosis. What are the symptons, does it power up, any fans running, any beep codes, etc.
 

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A:Emachines T2825 motherboard issues.

qtfmik: Go to www.majorgeeks.com and find Aida32. This diagnostic tool will give you all the info about your system you ever wanted to know. You'll find it under System Tools on the left side of the window. It's free.
 

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A:Emachines motherboard is toast. What to replace it with?

I would just get a new system that is upgradable at a later time. I don't want to be biased since I own a Dell but you could go to Walmart and buy a whole new system that can be upgraded a component at a time at a later date. I bought mine from Dell before they were available retail. Just a suggestion:

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A:Question about my emachines T2482 Motherboard Please Help!

You may be able to find one on eBay. Otherwise buy a new computer. Older eMachines are rarely ever worth fixing, they just have no value and the parts usually cost more then the machine is worth.

I've edited out your email, no sense in it being taken for spamming.
 

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A:Replacing eMachines T6420 motherboard

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A:Emachines T2482 Motherboard Burning up

Chances are it's the power supply. there are two common faliure modes for e-machines and both lead to a failed psu (1. PSU overvolts and takes out the motherboard, 2. Motherboard shorts out and takes out PSU). Since e-machines uses cheap PSUs with poor protection they will still run when they are "Bad" but they will fry anything connected to them. Other components could have been fried by the initial failure but the damage is usually limited to the PSU and motherboard.
Any of these PSUs would work well for that system (and they are good quality)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817104901
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Also E-machines motherboards are failure prone and non-e-machines motherboards will require a new copy of windows (about $100) to work. Your best bet may be to build/ buy a new system perticuarily given the age and specs of that machine. $350 could build a system that will run circles around that computer useing decent components. (Just someting to consider)
 

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A:Emachines T2692 problem, ps or motherboard, does not start

Given it's an Emachine probably both.Unfortinutally Emachines especially older ones have cheap under rated powersupplies with no overvoltage protection. These power supplies tend to die after 2 or 3 years and take the motherboard and sometimes other components with them.
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I visited eMachines web site, but there is no help there.

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Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
 

A:Blank Display - eMachines W2247 with AM37 Motherboard

Hello! Welcome to TechSpot



dqualls said:



How do I disable the onboard video? Is there a jumper on the mobo (I can't see one), or do I have to disable the onboard video in the BIOS? Of course, without a display, I can't access the BIOS.Click to expand...

Try clearing the cmos(bios), ussualy a jumper very near the battery on the MoBo. If needed remove the battery for about 10 mins...
No jumper I'm aware of to disable onboard video, should be in the bios.
E-machines with trouble like this in advance can get costly to fix but
well worth a try...
G'Luck
 

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A:Solved: Replaced emachines motherboard. XP wont boot or install

The drivers installed on that hard drive as part of the Windows installation would most certainly be for the motherboard on that 2842. While you can successfully boot Windows with drivers missing or incorrect (e.g., for a wireless adapter), I think that the motherboard includes some critical components--no drivers, no boot. I think that you will need to install (with or without a format) from a Windows CD. I do not know what that restore disc is, so can't comment directly on it.
 

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A:stereo sound on HT2000 motherboard as standard equipment on emachines ET1161-05

The green plug is stereo, Did you try the sound card in the new board?

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/stereo-sound-on-ht2000-motherboard-as-standard-equipment-on-emachines-et1161-05-a-998162.html
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A:Motherboard Replacement

It's a trap. You can probably use almost any Am2 motherboard but if you don't buy it from HP where it will be at least 4 times what it is worth, then you will wind up buying a new copy of Windows because your restore disks will only work with an HP supplied motherboard. So you can see what they have but most likely you will be better off using the components, buying a new case, motherboard and copy of Windows.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-replacement.733942/
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A:Replacement Motherboard

youre going to need more info, is pc running?, if so download and run Everest Home Edition, do a google, this will tell you info you will need to look for stuff. what are you planning on upgrading?, that old case will not support new hardware.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/replacement-motherboard.300690/
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Greetings,
 
Can you tell me the motherboard part number for my machine and how I can order a replacement?
 
Product #:   A3G47AV
Serial # :   [personal information removed]
OS :   Win 7 Pro 64bit
Proc :   Intel i7-3610 QM
Memory :   DDR3 2 Dimm
 
Thanks

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Motherboard-replacement/td-p/5750992
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Hello All,
Requesting assistance in replacing a Foxconn 45CM-5A Motherboard.
Unable to find another one online and want to replace but be able to re-use
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Does any one know of a board that will enable me to do this ?
Thanks in advance.
Mick C.

A:Replacement Motherboard

Your spec's say you have a Asus, not a Foxconn.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/152196-replacement-motherboard.html
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A:Possible motherboard replacement

Here's the Manual: Service Manual If you try to go Intel you will need to buy a motherboard, and a processor and a heatsink/fan.  If you go AMD all you need is the motherboard since your cooling fan/heatsink can be ported over, and the processor is soldered to the board.  This is the motherboard you want: System board (includes replacement thermal materials): For use only with models with an AMD A6-5200 processor ? Models with Windows 8 Standard 730670-501 ? Models with Windows 8 Professional 730670-601 I am going to assume you have Windows standard.  HP does not have the A6 AMD board in the store....they only have the A4 board and it is stupid expensive: https://parts.hp.com/hpparts/Search_Results.aspx?mscssid=AE6D55D28A8C42CE89A8C049F3D07655&SearchIn=PartNumber&SearchPN=730671-501 Since you do not have one to exchange, it is going to cost close to $500. I can find you a good used Intel 250 G1 for that price.  You can find the board for $67 on eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-255-G1-Laptop-Motherboard-AMD-A-Series-A4-5000-1-50-GHz-730671-501-TESTED-/291792328450?hash=item43f02d9702:g:298AAOSwM4xXYC9Q I know you wanted something a bit more powerful but the A4 will be a major improvement over what you have. The seller laptopaid, is one of the best on eBay for this kind of thing. I can't count how much stuff I have purchased from them.  Post back if you need any more help. The Manual shows just how to replace the motherboard. Port your fan, memory, wireless card over. You will have to reinstall original Windows but the motherboard has a Key Code embedded in the BIOS and will just activate. If your hard drive still has the original HP install it should activate itself when first connected to the internet but be prepared if necessary to do a system restore. If this is "the Answer" please click "Accept as Solution" to help others find it.    

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Possible-motherboard-replacement/td-p/5726889
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A:Which replacement motherboard?

You are not going to find any new socket A type boards any longer. If you want to stay with that cpu, then you would need to buy one used. You might find a deal on an old board from a local shop OR you can try ebay. One big problem is that boards from that era, almost all used the same bad caps. If you do find one, you may have the same problem down the road.

FWIW I would just get a modern motherboard, cpu, ram, and pw supply and be done with the issue. Note unless you buy a board with onboard video, you will need a new video card as well.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/which-replacement-motherboard.876017/
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A:Motherboard Replacement

If the motherboard is the same, then it shouldn't require a reinstall, or re-activation, although a change in MAC address can trigger the latter anyhow

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/298532-motherboard-replacement.html
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Can I just use any AT Socket 7 board? Of course, I would also make sure that it takes the memory that I already have, plus has the correct slots for all of my cards.

Thanks!

Bryan
 

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Any suggestions on which board to get so I can transfer the ram graphic card etc.. to the new board?
 

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A:Motherboard replacement

Those are not Dell part numbers so I cannot speak to them. The Dell motherboard part numbers for the 13 year old Dimension 4600 are =HY008, Northwood CPUsXM970, Prescott CPUs
But finding them on the internet may be an issue.

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19982777
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A:Replacement motherboard

the only way to find that board is used, or direct from Dell, si i would just find a pentium 4 board that is as close to your board as possible, and replace it with that?

other than that im not quite sure, but feel free to message me and i will get ahold of some people and see what we can come up with...
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/replacement-motherboard.446360/
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Need onboard ethernet port.
can someone direct link me to something on newegg or anything.
thanks
 

A:Motherboard Replacement?

http://cgi.ebay.com/Asus-P4SD-VX-P4...-865-RARE_W0QQitemZ320290105267QQcmdZViewItem
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-replacement.744390/
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A:HP motherboard replacement

Yes HP will do paid out of warranty service but it is very expensive. Your best bet is to procure the motherboard and either do it yourself, which I understand most people do not want to do or take it to a local independent service shop. Expect the whole thing to cost perhaps $200-300. HP would charge at the top end if that range or perhaps slightly more. I do not speck for them however so you should call. They will quote you a price for motherboard replacement. If you want to try self-help post back and we can locate you a motherboard but we will also need to know the country you live in,

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/HP-motherboard-replacement/td-p/5659494
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I use my PC for heavy gaming as well as geometric map design and need a reliable (relatively cheap) board that is capable of supporting the hardware I am currently using (9800gt asus overclocked) pentium 2 2.8ghz processor.
asus Xonar D2x Audio (pcie).
It should also be noted that my old motherboard was a socket 775. (and the new one should be the same).
Can you reccomend one without an nforce chipset as well as these seem to be useless.
Thanks for your responses
Satch
 

A:Looking for a replacement motherboard

Something like this would do the Job
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/161010
(I am assuming that you mean Pentium 4 2.8GHz)
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/looking-for-a-replacement-motherboard.906351/
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A:Motherboard replacement

You sure it's not the ASUS P5N-MX you're talking about? there's plenty of them online, just type it in Google.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/motherboard-replacement.160056/
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A:motherboard replacement

You will have to do a lot of research on that current motherboard in order to make sure you get one that is compatible.

I would call back DELL and ask them if the one they are offerening you is a refurb or is it brand new? Dell has a habit of selling refurb parts.

Also ask them for the make/model number of the motherboard and I can help you do some research if you like?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-replacement.644701/
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ibm wants $300 for motherboard is there any other inexpensive compatible motherboard i can replace it with.

thanks in advance for your help




 

A:IBM p4 motherboard replacement

any Intel based 865PE board should work. the kicker is the IBM provided XP is not going to install on a regular Mobo since it is going to look at the bios on the board see it isnt IBM and refuse to install. but for the price IBM is asking you can buy a nice Asus P4P800 SE (Intel 865PE chipset) AND a OEM copy of XP pro for about 230.00
 

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Motherboard : Intel D845GVSR
Model : D845GVS1

http://img02.olx.in/images_olxin/87080335_2_1000x700_old-computer-in-good-condition-with-intex-cabinet-ram-1-gb-harddisc-40-upload-photos.jpg

This is the replacement motherboard with apu... plz review it :
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Plz Help!!!
 

A:Motherboard replacement help !

It is a faster configuration compared to your current Pentium 4 PC and the graphics support is light years ahead compared to your old Intel 845 graphics controller. You can use the stock heatsink/cooler that comes with the APU which is sufficient. But one thing you should keep in mind that the configuration is pretty basic and wont perform great on demanding applications and can be used best for light load usage like word processing, Internet browsing etc. Since the AMD APU had good graphics hardware you can enjoy HD videos too without issues. For such a low price it is a worthy replacement if you cant go with a more capable hardware like Core i3 platform which costs close to 3 times than the Combo you said. Also add 8 GB of DDR3 RAM to make sure every thing perform maximum possible.
 

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Hi, The Joshua H61 that is supplied in HP PCs is an OEM model made to HP's specifications. You can try the HP Parts Store or Ebay for the exact motherboard. Even if you buy the exact motherboard, I would suggest that you that it to an authorized HP repair shop and have the motherboard prep'd. This is a list of the HP approved processors for the Joshua motherboard. The UEFI BIOS for the Joshua can be found here.

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Replacement-motherboard-and-cpu/td-p/5811673
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Compatible with IntelĀ® 6XX, 5XX and 3XX processors.

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A:Replacement Motherboard

What are you wanting to know?

The Asus is discontinued, so they can't replace it. And based on current prices, the Gigabyte is more expensive.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131724

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128542
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/replacement-motherboard.1075051/
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A:Motherboard replacement?

Most likely no. Big box systems like dell, hp, etc use proprietary parts. That is they are made to the system builders specs NOT standard atx type specs.

While a standard atx type board might "work" it may also have problems lining up with the existing case.

FWIW socket 939 is pretty old technology and IMO NOT worth putting any money into. In addition ebay is about the last place to buy parts.
 

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Wondering if anyone has come across this motherboard before:
"Kobian PVM890M 1.0"



I purchased a number of clone PC's in an auction for schools in Africa, and some of them have been diagnosed with Faulty Motherboards, and these PC's are fitted with this motherboard.

Running Windows XP Pro

I would like to replace these motherboards, using the same Processors and Memory that came with the PC's.
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Could anyone help identify the type of MotherBoard, which replacement type should I be looking for, and if anyone can point me in the direction of a source of supply for this,



Grateful thank you.
 

A:Replacement MotherBoard

Would this be the one?

http://www.mercury-pc.com/product-detail.php?productid=742
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/replacement-motherboard.955563/
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Thank you for your help
 

A:Motherboard replacement

Basically any socket 775 micro Atx board will fit but will it boot? You have to see if the front jumpers (power, reset, hard drive led etc are one plug or a series of loose wires to attach because if it is one plug, you will never get it to start. The other issue is change the board and you have to buy Windows as you cannot use the HP restore disks on a new motherboard which won't contain the bios switch to allow that and is illegal anyway.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-replacement.760706/
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Compatibility Needs:

Pentium 4 Processor
DDR2 800MH Ram

The only real question I need answered is that say I find a mobo on newegg that says it supports DDR2 1200 memory standard. Will it support my 4GB of DDR2 MH800?
 

A:Need Replacement Motherboard

Hockeydude said:





The only real question I need answered is that say I find a mobo on newegg that says it supports DDR2 1200 memory standard. Will it support my 4GB of DDR2 MH800?Click to expand...

For your only real question, DDR2 800 Should work on mobos supporting DDR2 1200. As for whether it supports 4GB or not the specifications page of the product you choose should answer the question.
 

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JSawyer
 

A:Motherboard Replacement

You need to look at the motherboard you have and find out the manufacturer and model number. It should be silk screened on the motherboard. It is very possibly an ECS or PcChips motherboard, as Gateway and Emachines (same company) are famous for using. And see if you can find one new at New Egg or some place like that.

Taking a computer to the Geek Squad is not a recommended thing. Often they do inferior work and frequently talk people into letting them make repairs that are not necessary and sometimes do not work.
 

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A:Motherboard Replacement

If the sole problem that is making you consider all of this is the USB controller, you can buy a good, 4-port USB PCI card for less than $20.
 

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A:replacement motherboard?

If he is trying to get you to buy from him I might be a little leary. Although if he is telling you this with the knowledge you are going to buy elsewhere he maybe being straight with you. What is the freeze problem you are experiencing?
 

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A:Motherboard replacement

Hi, HP Envy 15t is a CTO machine, I can't find G0T95AV (zero) and GOT95AV (letter O - oh). Please check again, what is it ? Regards.

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A:motherboard replacement

Hi, The following links shows specs of your machine:     http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c02861753 And it uses PC board (motherboard part number   653087-001 as shown:     http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?SearchText=LW259UA Now you are trying to use a TOTALLY different motherboard and different CPU that why it won't fit .  636375 is not a complete part number. Asuming it is 636375-001,  there are 98 models/products use this board including many g6's:     http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?SearchText=636375-001 Regards.

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Unfortunately you will probably need to. If you replace your motherboard XP will reconize this as a new piece of hardware and you may even be required to purchase a new license. Microsoft may see this as a new computer. You will probably not even be able to boot with the current o.s. installed on the drive.

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A:motherboard replacement!

Hi, This is a very old computer, its cost can be very cheap but can be very expensive. Please use part number on page 4-37 of the 14th manual on the following link:            http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-dv7-Entertainment-Notebook-PC-series/4074368/model/4... You can buy from:       http://partsurfer.hp.com/showcart.aspx or try Amazon Regards.  

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A:Need help a replacement motherboard

About the only place you will find a 939 board these days is ebay or at a computer shop that deals in used hardware. For less than $150 you can get an AM3 board Athlon II X2 and 4GB DDR3 If you want to go that route.
CPU: AMD Athlon II X2 250 Regor 3.0GHz
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A:Replacement motherboard suggestions

What is your budget?

This seems like a very decent motherboard and should suit your needs.

As for your HDD, you will need a working computer to test it.
 

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A:Dead Motherboard! Needs help for Replacement!

ECS makes mostly low quality products, I'd invest in a better brand.

How about this Gigabyte board: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128333
 

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Emachines suck!!
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A:Re-activation after Motherboard Replacement

jcontino889 The unfortunate fact is that your original product key was embedded into the UEFI firmware of the original motherboard by HP when the PC was built.  There is no way to retrieve that key, now. HP does not keep a record of individual product keys matching individual PCs, so they are not going to be able to provide you the original key -- and they are under no obligation to provide you a SECOND key, as you did not have HP do the hardware replacement. With the product now being out of warranty, it is really HP's call whether or not to charge you for support -- and from the experiences I have had with older equipment -- they are going to do that, there is just no way around id. HP Customer Support is really the only avenue you have for getting support.  If they won't help you for free, because your PC is out of warranty, there is nothing we can do about that on this forum.  

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A:Replacement motherboard won't power up

Short the 2 power switch pins on the motherboard with a screwdriver.
 

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A:replacement for t2385 motherboard

You may be able to fit a standard micro ATX motherboard in the case, but odds are that front panel connections like power switch, power LED, hard drive LED and USB ports are not going to just fit with out some re-wiring. You could buy any socket 478 motherboard and a new case then reuse the old CPU, drives and other parts. But then you may as well upgrade from the Celeron too.
 

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A:Motherboard/Processor replacement

Experience with this? Lots of it.

Chances the installed OS will boot off another board are very, very, very unlikely. And even if it does, you'll have sporadic run problems until you do a clean install of the OS on the new board.

Exceptions to this rule: Exact replacement board.
 

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I have a query regarding win 7 laptop which is bitlocker encrypted using TPM+PIN authentication and both TPM owner hash and Recovery password are backed up to AD.
if i replace a new motherboard on the laptop it will pop up the recovery password screen and then i can login and boot up to desktop.
for the new motherboard my TPM is off and so to avoid the recovery screen coming up every time, I will have to turn on TPM and take the ownership.The GPO's to backup TPM are already applied on the machine(turn on tpm backup to AD is enabled)
Can some one helpw me understand what will happen when i turn on TPM for new motherboard(will it overwrite the older TPM owner password hash already present in AD?).also are any additional steps required when i replace the motherboard?
Dear All - Please help me- Thanks in advance!!
 

A:BitLocker - New motherboard replacement

After you replaced the motherboard, you need to repopulate the TPM with new information regarding the encryption of the hard disk.
I use these commands to repopulate the information in the TPM (without PIN):
manage-bde –delete -protectors C: -type TPM
manage-bde –protectors –add C: -tpmRay - Author of Windows 7 for XP Professionals

https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/d7be2e19-3eb2-4e7f-8d6a-c7f0f5474b93/bitlocker-new-motherboard-replacement?forum=w7itprosecurity
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http://www.ascendtech.us/Itemdesc.asp?ic=MB3DEL97UJY&eq=&Tp=

Without actually testing, can anyone tell me if this other board (sold by Newegg) would fit the same case?

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A:Solved: Motherboard Replacement

both 370, both ATX looks good
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-motherboard-replacement.384835/
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A:Motherboard replacement question

No just a Repair


Vista Repair:
http://vistasupport.mvps.org/windows_vista_repair_options.htm
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/motherboard-replacement-question.111293/
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A:Emachine motherboard replacement

Remember that the board you use must accept the CPU of the one in your failed eMachine board.
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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/emachine-motherboard-replacement.122258/