I have a emachine T2824 and it had some really bad files on it so i did a goverment erace on it to get ride of of the file on it and it mest up the bios on iti need to know how to set the bios up right the recovery disk dont set it up and i dont want mess with it when idont know how there sappost to be WHEN IT GO.S TO BOOT UP THE MASTER AND SLAVE ARE BACKWORDS IN THE BOOT UP and it trying to boot the floppy but there is no floppy but i know that its reading the disk so it has to be in the bios that my geusse but if you have one better it would be very helpful to me
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Re: I NEED TO MANUALIE SET UP THE BIOS IN EMACHINE
When you first start the computer press the f 8,(that is the key most use to get into the bios). Set everthing to the default except the drive sequence which you want the cd first.
If I am not correct,then go to the support webpage and downlad the manual.
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open internet explorer,go to tools open it go to iternet options under the general tab you can set your home page then click on program click on manage addons and set the search engine (win 7and vista)
There are just too many eMachine models to be familiar with every one, however, as a preliminary inspection, remove the side panel, and turn the computer on to see if you see a green "Health" light. This will give you an initial clue as to how to pursue the problem. eMachines have historically had power supply problems. If you do not see a green health light on the motherboard, then your power supply is defective. A power supply supplies various voltages + - 5V, + - 12V ,etc. A power supply can be easily tested by a local shop with the proper test equipment. You might start there if you are a DIY! Short of that, you can purchase a power supply for under $65.00.
flashing a bios, can render your machine/motherboard useless.
You should always ensure any bios download is from a trusted source. if you experience a power failure, or an incomplete bios file. your computers as good as dead.
Windows 95/98 only supports disk drives to a certain capacity. if you updated to windows 2000/ME/XP your problems may be solved. I,d certainly try that first.
Bios flashing Last resort, even after finding a reliable bios update. also ensure the bios file is 256mb-512mb or equivalent. as this is standard bios file size.
Finally check that your hard-drive does not have a jumper ( Small white/black ) plastic block restricting the drives registered size.
When you install windows XP, it will ask you if you wish to enable LBA ( large block Allocation ) Select Y ( yes )