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How difficult is it to put in a new USB root hub in an EMachine W3622

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  • manniep Jun 19, 2009

    Thank you very much. I will try that

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Quite easy buy one from fry's online a 4 port pci slot type and remove the two screws on one side pull the safety plate off the PCI slot off the case and install the PCI card into the mother board and install screw and run the DVD to make the usb ports work and pt lid back on and your set to go.

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  • Bruce Hathcock Jun 19, 2009

    if you havea problem let me know and I will walk you threw it.

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Open up your EMachine and make sure you have an open PCI slot. Then go to best buy and grab a 4 port USB 2.0 PCI Card... they cost about 10-20 bucks;)

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