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Dell Cases are very often only for Dell boards--connectors not standard--It can be done,but a lot of trouble. If you want to really speed up look for good complete kit from tigerdirect.com--and put it together--Will work A LOT better than what you can buy at stores.
In most cases, do not worry about disabling the onboard video just yet. Install your new graphics card in the the slot and put the case back together. Attach the monitor cable to the new card and boot the machine. Windows will load a default driver to give you a picture. Windows will then give you a pop up that says it found new hardware. Cancel this operation and all others that pop up. Open your cd/dvd and insert the driver/software disc that came with the card. Run the cards program and let it install it's own drivers. When it is done, remove the disc and reboot. The computer will now go to the new graphics card and ignore the integrated. I never uninstall the integrated because stuff happens and if something happens to the new card, you have something to fall back on in case.
ok if you already have it fixed great but if not here is a solution if the other ones that were told didnt work... My sister had the same dvd player it wouldnt load any of the dvds. so she gave it to me. If you dont want to risk what im going to tell you than well u can pay 200 dollars or somthing to get it fixed. Take the top part of the dvd player off. you then take the little disk cover that holds the disk on the player off. if you can push the laser as close as you can to the thing that spins the disk. now if that doesnt work clean the lens by taking prokide or rubbing alchol with a q tip and just rub the lens lightly. it should clean that off. put everything back together and then try it. if it still doesnt work the mother board in it could be fried. if that is the case than well u can get it fixed for no telling how much. if you dont wont to pay anything than throw it away. Hope this helps!
Hello Betwin the two couples of memory soket it must be ajumper that guives you the abilitie to change over the frequency rate when you change your memory model . If there is no jumper try to check if they are not using a strap soldered in the mother board then you will need some electronic skills to change over your frequency
Did you just add the second CD? If you did you may need the driver for the mother board? Make sure the power cord for the cd has voltage plug it into the DVD drive also check the cable make sure red stripe is on the correct side of drive. You can download the driver at http://www.emachines.com/support/product_support.html?cat=Desktops&subcat=T-Series&model=T2672
User guide is there as well.
The start button has a pair of wires with a small pin connector on it. This will connect to the motherboard if there is a 3 pin set you might try moving to the other pin. The new power supply also has to provide a start voltage? Your power supply may not be compatible or it may put the voltage on the third pin.