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The motherboard does not store any information. The hard drive stores all the information. If the motherboard is damaged, you have to either buy a new motherboard or remove the hard drive and install it into another computer.

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I have usb 2.0 compatibility in my motherboard.I am planning to get usb 3.0 external HDD.will it be compatible with my 2.0 port,if not what's the solution for this?


USB devices are backwards compatible. It will connect at USB 2.0 speeds instead of 3.0. If your not planning on transferring huge amounts of data or transferring data constantly it probably won't make a big difference.

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My computer will not power on, only a flashing green light on the back is on. I just bought a new computer and would like to transfer my files to my new computer. Why my old computer will not power on?...


Hi and welcome cj4man1 !
Extract the Hdd out of your old computer . Place it in a external usb box and connect the box to your new pc . You will be able to access and transfer your data .
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My Dell desktop motherboard doesn't work. Is it possible to transfer information to my new desktop-also a Dell ? Is there a creature called a motherboard dock?


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Yes it is possible to transfer all your data and information to your new desktop computer. Just get the hard disk drive out from your old computer and then plug it to your computer.

And with the motherboard dock you mention, a system casing is probably the best to dock your motherboard.

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Your Seagate however, is engineered for 300 MB/s data transfer.

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I know what is problem,some of mother is made only SATA HDD data transfer rate 1.5 GB per second.Now all are SATA HDD data read rate 3 up to g GB per second .Follow the instruction label on the hard drive.
If you use your Motherboard 3GB data read hard drive you can customise setting jumper source of data rate 1.5 then MSI Motherboard detect SATA hard drive.
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I can guarantee 100% you have a bad motherboard. I have seen this exact problem with hundreds of E-machine PC's (especially your particular model).

What happend is the power supply went bad and took the motherboard with it, e-machines use very cheap OEM powersupplys that do not have any fault protection to protect the motherboard from damage if the power supply gets a surge or other damage.

You should not waste your money repairing the hardware in this PC, i would buy a new PC and transfer the data over.

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Support new CPU's. Please refer to Asus website at: http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx
Your board came out around June-2005 so improvements are here. I'm not saying its all about the CPU & FSB but it may help.

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