Question about E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC
Open up you pc case...mind out for static! dont touch what you dont have to and look for a printed ( normaly white ) motherboard model id..this might be the name of a manufacurer or just a few letters and numbers plus a revision number at the end. armed with these, trot of to google and stab them in. you should see a host of sites, but look for one that is the support site for your board...track down you board on the support/download site and there should be a manual & drivers ect to help you :)
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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