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i have a 7300gt nvidea in mine right now... ok, but not the best. runs dx9. and it helps to get the bios update from the emachines site to help with nvidea compatibility. To run most games now, you might need more ram, and for the price, a barebones with your old parts thrown in might be a better deal. The 7300gt is pretty cheap if you are just looking for a quick cheap upgrade for now. It works with the original 300 watt psu and works ok for me with 2.5 gb ram (2-4 gb extra ram realllly helps!). I think tiger direct has some nice deals on barebones and cards, it kinda changes daily.
CD/DVD drives are even less reliable than the cheap power supplies generally used in packaged PCs.
Of two new, brand-name drives by Lite-On, one was DOA and the second ran for 2 days.
You can try removing (deleting) the drive from the Device Manager list, then rebooting.
If the drive is at all usable, Windows should 'find' it and reinstall the driver needed.
If this doesn't work, the drive is likely dead.
Hello there: Yes there are several free programs out there go to malwarebytes antimalware and download it this is a adware and malware removal tool and it is totally free microsoft live has a free removal tool also avg is a nother one that will take care of malware and adware plus any viruses it may encounter ok hope all ofthis helps best regards michael
dell has a good deal on a studio desktop pc Core 2 duo quad core but even without the monitor its 550, then you have to add a good video card, integrated cards are garbage and so is intel, so the good ones are anout $100-300 intel and amd
to keep cost down you could also go with a core 2 duo (dual core) but stay away from celerons they **** for gaming check staples/office max/best buy/circuit city or dell dot com for good deals
some dell studio's are slim desktops and unless you get a video card from dell they can be hard to find(near impossible)