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My emachine t2882

I have a t2882 i need the schamatics for the power supply and all the drives are hook up

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Try this : See if you can find your motherboard model number. If so, type it into Google, go to the manufacturers site and download a manual which should have the wiring diagram you require. 
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Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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My husband's e-machine T2882 began to make jittery noises the light on the front flashes as does the monitor with a ticking sounds then nothing happens. You can't get it to turn on. We've rebooted shut...


If there's a ticking sound, its probably your hard drive giving out. You have to read what comes on the screen for clues but .....................

You could try booting into safe mode (press the F8 key while booting several times) and completing a system restore. (Start - All programes - Accessories - System Tools - System restore) to a date when it last worked.

If you can't get to the safe mode, then, as its 7 years old, its probably time to treat yourself to a new one.

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I NEED TO KNOW HOW TO CONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY FOR AN EMACHINES T1120 COMPUTER. CANNOT FIND A SCHEMATICS DIAGRAM ANYWHERE.


After reading an article about Emachines awhile back, I found out the reason you can't find the schematic- it isn't available, as some motherboards are made specifically for Emachines and therefore not distributed, as they might normally be, but again, others are, but you have to identify them and go through another source to get them- Emachines, appartantly, will not supply them. All is not lost, however...all motherboards have, basically, the same hookups and connectors for the power supplies, hard drives, etc.- they are standard. I found a web blog that explains the power switch, reset, and power led, which will help. Here it is: http://www.computing.net/answers/hardware/emachine-power-sitch-wiring/56545.html
This site will explain about the 24 pin connector from the power supply
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/53750-7-installation-manual-rs480m-w3400-emachine-motherboard
If you google "motherboard wiring" you will find sites that have illustrations of the motherboard, and explain which connectors go to which sockets, and how to identify them.
With a little patience and determination, you should be able to hook everything up from the various blogs on the net. Hope this helps.

Apr 17, 2010 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Emachine t2882: not powering up just an amber light. replaced power supply, still just an amber light. power supply fan runs, but cpu fan does not. reseated all connections. plugged in drives one by one,...


Hello there:
ok unplug everything from the board first and power up and see what happnes. if nothing still unplug the powersupply to the motherboard and press in the power button and hold it in for 1 min and than plug in the powersupply to the motherboard and see what happnes. Also doublecheck the jumper for the cmos. ok please keep me informed there is a lot more that we can do but lets try this first ok best regards mike

Aug 16, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I have a t2882 emachine it won`t turn on light on frount is on but won`t turn on


Check the monitor connection the pc or you may have to buy a video card for your pc.

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EMachine T3958 Won't start - Please help


You need a voltmeter to check the supplies

5vdc & 12vdc are the two easiest becasue they are are the ones which are on the connector which supplies the Hard Drive you have just replaced

Red is 12v Positive Yellow is 5v Positive and the black wire is Neutral

You can remove the main board connector from the power supply to the MB but you need a copy of the Motherboard installation manual to tell you what supplies are on that connector

Jul 03, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Connections


The main connector to the power supply has to go into the motherboard. Its a rectangle shapped male connector that is on the end of the power supply that plugs into a rectangle female shaped connector on the motherboard. There might also be a shorter square male 4 pin connector at the end of the power supply that should connect into a 4 pin female connector on the motherboard.

After this then you'll want to plug the other connectors into any cd-rom, dvd-rom drives you may have. Same for a floppy drive if you have one. Also make sure your hard drive is hooked up. The connectors that you plug to these devices can only go in one way so no worries about hooking it up improperly. Hope this helps.

After all this, turn on the computer and then after you boot up into windows, make sure you go into my computer and verify that all your drives are being shown in there.

Jan 28, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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EMACHINE t2882


Are the pins from the switch to the motherboard connected properly?

Could be a faulty switch on you case. T

ry shorting out the two power on pins (on motherboard) with a screw driver but be carefull not to touch anything else with it!! :)

hope this helps?

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