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Emachines220 celron 2.5 gig

Hello we have a totally dead computer. we have tried a new power supply to no avail and bypassed the startup switch also to no avail. has the mother board failed and if so what model board to replace with your help wpuld be appreciated thanks Chris

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    I have a emachine2200 no power. I tried changing the power cord still a dead system. what should i do next?

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I've had 2 emachines t2682s with celeron 2.6ghz procs, go bad. From my research it seems that the PSU goes out and takes the mobo with it. just this week i am updating the latest fatality. Thought i had the fix but new mobo only supports celeron D and P4. Just ordered new proc. Should have changed it all over to AMD like I did with the last one. Good luck finding the right mobo with 2 pata ide sockets. I'm currently trying to use a biostar P4M900-M4 but need to upgrade RAM and CPU. Could have gone with an AMD dual core set-up for same dough. Hope this helps some.

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