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Have you tried a new power supply. Sometimes the ps will go bad and not supply the correct voltage needed to power your entire system. My experience with emachines have come to this conclusion about 98 percent of the time.
The "Ultra Helpful Instructions" that Emachines provide (here: http://downloads.emachines.com/userguides/8511279_eM_NG3_chassis_HW_ref_en.pdf) state that when replacing the system board, "18. Attach all cables to new system board", but fails to say where that would be for each cable.
The site below says it's a genuine Intel board in there, so, congrats on that. http://www.e4allupgraders.info/dir1/motherboards/socket478/D845GVSR.shtml
And with that, the link to the manual: ftp://download.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/D845GVSR/SR_English.pdf
You're looking for the info on page 32, I believe.
hi my name is wesley. ok thereare a few problems that it may be il list them all. 1 it could be a loose cable to your hard disk. 2 your pc might of over heated and fried the cpu. 3 it might be that your graphics controller has crashed witch means you might need to get a new graphics card. 4 it might be your memory try taking it out and puuting it in a different slot on the board. if it is the cpu you will beable to smell it if it is that is a big problem but unlikely the problem tho. please let me know what happens.
Some eMachines computers (like many from Dell) use a non-standard pin out for their power supplies, so if you try a standard ATX power supply it may not function.
However, in my experience it IS likely to be the motherboard. Luckly I have been able to replace quite a few of the eMachines mobos with a standard mATX mobo, since you can probably remove the IO plate. You'd certainly want to replace the power supply when doing so.