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Emachines T3624-mobo is fried-Waaa!

Where can I find a replacement? I looked on ebay but not sure what I'm looking for. I can't afford a brand new mobo, even if they made them anymore. I am desparate coz all my ebay selling stuff is in there! Can't afford a new PC either-living on my SS and ebay selling, thats it. Help, please!

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Http://www.cputopia.com/emachines-motherboard-cpu-t3624.html
Go there, they have replacement and upgrades for the T3624.

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You need a motherboard that has the Intel® 845GV chipset and a socket capable of supporting the Celeron D processor.

If you are unsure how to proceed in fitting or purchasing the correct item, you may wish to seek advise from a qualified engineer near you.

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