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My emachine also won't turn on...

During recent sorm, our computer quit-won't power up. I checked the switch and took the power supply to a repair shop to have it tested. It is oK. I suspect that now I need a new motherboard. I am capable of replacing it myself , and not yet willing to spring for a whole new system, problem is, I don't know what kind of motherboard I need to buy. (preferably a non-emachine brand)
The system is a W31o7 desktop, 1.8Ghz , 1600MhzFSB, AMD Sempron Processor 3100+. What kinds of motherboards willwork with what I have?
Thank you in advance

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  • rothorlen Feb 20, 2008

    Dragonfire,

    i hadn't thought about it. Is there an easy way to determine if the problem is in the processor or the motherboard?

    thanks

  • Dragonfire79 May 11, 2010

    rothorlen,

    Are you talking about getting a new motherboard, or a new processor??

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Try going to asus.com they have all kinds of motherboards that are fully tricked out, and comparably priced. they are also universal with both intel and AMD Processors.

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