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No. The W3611 only has a VGA output on the motherboard. To add an HDMI port, you will need a video card. If you choose an internal card, the machine will probably need a better power supply (400W or higher). You will also need to remove the card that is currently in the PCI-e x16 slot (probably the Fax modem).
There are some external video adapters that connect to the USB port. Some have HDMI out. However, if you want to play games or moves, these are often not a good option. They are limited by the USB 2.0 port.
If you don't have a recovery disk, which they usually don't provide anymore, you can make one if the computer is still working properly. Type" recovery disk" into help & it should walk you thru it. Otherwise you can call or email the maker of the computer, which I think is gateway & order one. Then put it in the computer, restart & it should walk itself thru. You make have to go to setup when the computer first boots up & make sure it goes to the dvd drive first.
Remove RAM(S), clean the ram slot by blowing air, fix RAM(s) back in position untill both the side clamps are properly locked.
If problem persists try resetting motherboard via jumper pins on the motherboard.
You might need Administrator permission.Make sure you have administrator rights. place curser on drop down URL and press right key mouse button select run as adminiistrator then try to deleate with right mouse button menue.
according to eMachine's webpage, your dejtio should have a built in card reader. It should look like this and will be located at the front of your computer: Your card should fit in the top right slot (according to this picture) or a slot marked with the words "SD".