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Motherboard replacement question

My motherboard went bad and I need to replace it. The question I want to ask and find out is how do I get the replacement to work with the current windows XP operating system that is on the current hard drive now
I want the replacement motherboard to work and run the current operating system without giving me a blue screen. What similarity
should the replacement motherboard have in common with the original? So that the operating system that is on the hard drive now will accept the replacement motherboard and run?

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  • rodney-blue Jan 29, 2008

    That's problem there is not a exact replacement.
    Does it need to be a exact replacement?

  • rodney-blue Jan 29, 2008

    because it a emachine
    they say you are not able to do if you read here

  • rodney-blue Jan 29, 2008

    My motherboard went bad and I need to replace it. The question I want
    to ask and find out is how do I get the replacement to work with the
    current windows XP operating system
    These operating system looks for certain things to function and work. Now if you replace a mobo board and it has different things it may not work.
    I cannot explain much better but it has to be looking for drivers and hardware that it used to boot before.
    There a big list and I not sure what it's looking for or needs to work. But something in there need match or else it's not going to work.

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You should be fine. Once the MoBo (if it is an exact replacement) is in and your box is completely assembled you should be good to go. I don't know why you are expecting a BSOD though?

I hope this helps,
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Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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    Frank Fernandez Jan 29, 2008

    No it doesn't have to be exact. Why do you expect a Blue Screen Of Death though?

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    Frank Fernandez Jan 29, 2008

    Ok, just checked out some of the posts of the thread you linked me to and have to agree with a couple of posters in that eMachines aren't worth putting any money into to repair. If your MoBo is bad, what's next? Just my opinion formed from my experience with this brand. Although I did swap a hard drive out on one and had no problems as one poster in that thread posted, so I am confused now.
    Depending on what model eMachine you have, you should be able to find a MoBo on fleabay.
    I do understand that you want to retain the data on the hard drive in it, but there are ways to do that via software. And if the power supply had something to do with the MoBo failure? You might be in for more than you bargained for in fixing this box (such as smoking another MoBo/Processor).

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