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Emachine motherboard connections

I have a emachine T3410. I pulled the motherboard out for cleaning. I thought I paid closer attention to the connections...Wrong. Does anyone have a connection diagram I can access to verify the connections.

I would appreciate any help offered.

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    Tony Paulson Nov 08, 2008

    That is exactly what I have been looking for!



    Thanks so much for your time and help,



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EMachine apparently doesn't think anyone needs to know the motherboard connections! But Gateway uses the same board and here is the answer to your predicament: http://support.gateway.com/s/MOTHERBD/FIC/105554/105554tc.shtml
Good luck, Steve Medley

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