Question about E-Machines etower 600is PC Desktop
I have hit practically every button that i could think of to try and access the boot menu. The usual f8 doesn't work please help me.
Generally its ESC, F1, F2, F8 or F12, if you can get to at least the BIOS menu you can probably change the boot sequence to your liking.
Posted on Jan 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: start up menu
I know nothing about this machine in particular but immediately when the computer beeps... Generally the "delete" key gets you into the bios menu. If not that, then its almost always a function key "F1"-"F12" Just try running your finger down and back the function row as it boots if "DEL" fails Windows' boot menu comes up when you hit "f8" repeatedly before the windows logo appears. For older Windows versions use the left shift key and hold it just before and during the windows logo. Give it a try!
Posted on Aug 28, 2007
SOURCE: device manager error !
It sound like you need a device driver which win2000 may not included. Try this link:
Posted on Dec 05, 2007
The eMachines eTower 600is uses an Intel Celeron III processor that operates at a maximum frequency rate of 600MegaHertz. (600MHz)
The Intel Celeron 600 uses a Socket 370 processor socket.
There is a locking arm on the side of the Socket 370 processor socket, that is unlocked by easing the arm over to one side to clear a lock tab, then the arm is lifted up to remove the processor.
Example of a Socket 370 processor socket,
The eMachines eTower 600is uses an Intel 810 chipset, for the motherboard chipset.
[Chip and Chipset are slang terms used for Integrated Circuit, or IC]
The Intel 810 chipset, supports processors with a 66MegaHertz Front Side Bus. (66MHz FSB), or 100MHz FSB.
In an additional link, I will give a recommendation of where to buy an Intel Celeron 600, that uses a 66MHz FSB.
I'm not advertising for this place, it's just a place I have used, and have had good results.
Also information on the Intel 810 chipset.
You could also use an Intel Celeron 700MHz processor, but better still you could use an Intel Pentium III 933MHz processor.
Pentium's typically have Two times, the L2 cache that a comparable Celeron has.The more L2 cache a processor has, the faster it's going to process information.
I also know it will work because out in my shop I have an eMachines T1090, that has an Intel 810 chipset, uses a Socket 370 processor socket, and has an Intel Pentium III 933MHz processor in it.
(Made in 2001, and still works good to this day)
The Intel Pentium III 933MHz processor uses a 100MHz FSB.
The Intel 810 chipset supports processors that have either a 66MHz FSB, or a 100MHz FSB.
If you are not familiar with computer hardware technology, then I have just thrown a whole lot of information at you that is unfamiliar.
Should you like me to break down the information, I would be glad to. Just state so in a Comment.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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