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Motherboard Need a motherboard for a emachine t3065 what other boards will fit this case and cpu?

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Where can I get instructions to put unidentified tower together?


You have all the pieces .. motherboard .. cpu .. ram .... heatsink/cpu fan?

Place the cpu into the motherboard socket. Note that it only fits one way. Check the pins on the cpu against the holes in the socket. Hold it in place with the securing catch/lever that you will see on the side.


Smear some heatsink/cpu paste onto the top of the cpu. The heatsink paste is basically a 'heat resistant glue'

Put the cpu cooling fan onto the cpu and screw it into position. Or, it may have a securing lever to hold it in place.

Put the RAM into the ram slots. They only fit one way. Make sure they are firmly in place.

Put the motherboard into the casing. Align what holes you can and use the screws that come with the casing to secure the motherboard.

Connect the casing power supply to the motherboard. Note that it only fits one way.

Connect the cpu cooling fan to the motherboard connector. It only fits one way ..

Next, look at the leads that are just lying loose .. the small female 2 pin connectors will be marked 'PWR' ..'LED'..'RESTART' ... There maybe 8 of them.

On the motherboard identify the block of male 2 pin connectors. The female connectors must connect to them. You'll need good eyes and probably a flashlight, as the writing on the motherboard is small..

If you are connecting a sata hard drive, connect to the motherboard connection that says 0. Connect your dvd drive to '1' Again, notice that sata leads can only fit one way.

Then connect any video or sound cards to the motherboard (if any).
Just look on the motherboard for anywhere the connecting wires will attach. You won't go far wrong.

The casing won't come with instructions of 'what to do' as such. If there were instructions there it would relate to pin/hard drive connections.

What you CAN do is a google search. If, for example, your motherboard is an ASUS 123456 .. search for 'ASUS 123456 motherboard connections'. Or log onto the motherboard manufacturer's website ..

Here's a couple of links that may help:
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IM connecting a OKIA LC-8460BTX POWER SUPPLY TO MY EMACHINES T2984. I cannt figure out where the wires are placed.


There should be a photo of the board and instruction on where the leads are fitted if you browse the manufacturers web site and input the model of the unit you are refitting.

I have found this site, which may be of use to you. Regards.
http://www.techsupportforum.com/hardware-support/motherboards-bios-cpu/302350-e-machine-t2984-motherboard.html

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I am trying to find the power switch diagram for an emachine t6520 thanks


On a Asus motherboard its not designed for eMachines systems because they come with a proprietary setting on the case. So what you need to is take the emachines motherboard that you took out and take the new motherboard that you bought and match the two. If there is a difference then you need to return it or buy a new case and you shift all the hardware from the emachines to the new case. If not buy a similar replacement board from emachines or ebay and you can find one and buy it. The Power setting is on all motherboards but some are different then others.

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How to replace motherboard


1. Contact eMachines, and purchase an identical replacement motherboard.
2. Disconnect all the exterior cables from your computer (keyboard, power, mouse, et cetera).
3. Remove the side-panels.
4. Disconnect all the interior cables from your motherboard (power, data, audio, et cetera).
5. Unscrew any screws holding add-in cards (modem, video) in-place.
6. Disconnect those add-in cards from the motherboard.
7. Unscrew the mounting-screws that hold the motherboard to the case.
8. Lift out the motherboard.
9. Take the RAM out of the old motherboard.
10. Take the heat-sink-CPU-fan and CPU off the old motherboard.
11. Put the CPU and RAM onto the new motherboard.
12. Reverse the above steps, to reassemble.

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I'm trying to "rebuild" an old desktop computer of mine just to play and learn new things. It's an Emachines T2625 . Everything is in working order, but the integrated video seems to have went bad... I...


just start over and buy a motherboard and processor and memory and plug your stuff into it. you will need an operating system because the emachines operating system only workes with an emachines motherboard. emachines is the cheap brand from gateway and i have had nothing but trouble with those machines. Hope this helps and good luck

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To remove motherboard from laptop e-system ei3102


To remove the motherboard you need to remove power from the back, lay the computer on it's side, wear an anti-ESD wrist strap, remove the left side cover (looking from back of computer). Mark and record all connections (a video helps while you disassemble). Pull all connectors off by grabbing connector NOT wires. Some have locks. Remove all adapter cards (little circuit boards plugged in motherboard). Remove RAM by pushing on locks on each end. Remove the CPU fan and heat sink but PULL UPP CAREFULLY in case CPU stays attached. If cpu is still in socket, carefully lift locking lever and lift cpu straight up. Remove all screws. Board will need to slide forward slightly to get out of case. Take old board to store to make of proper replacement and take cpu also. Both should be in anti-static bags but DO NOT use ziplock bags. Install in reverse BUT cpu should fall into socket WITHOUT pushing, it has one corner of pins different from others. Make sure that you have wrist ******** at all times working inside the tower. Respond for further details if needed.
Good luck!

Feb 09, 2010 | E-Machines eMachines Refurbished EMA...

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POWER SUPPLY NOT RUNNING T3065


Dead in the water?

Power supplies, depending on your demand, can cost you as little as 35 bucks. However, eMachines, power supply physical design is a bit different than most. Here is how you can bench test your supply to rule out any other problems. Unplug your machine. Make a simple diagram of what cables from the supply goes to what, including the ones that go to the motherboard. Next, Disconnect all of that. On the large cable that connected to the motherboard and locate the green wire. Now find, somewhere other than inside your pc. A small piece of wire (with both ends stripped of insulation) to use as a jumper. Stick this wire in the hole where the green wire ports to and the other end to any black wire port. Plug your supply back into the wall. If the PS is good it will fire right up. If not, you need to replace it.

Hope this helps!

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Sep 25, 2009 | E-Machines T3065 PC Desktop

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Computer ramdomly shutting down


Hi there.
It sounds like the system is overheating.
Open the side panel and remove all the dust that you can see, a clean dry soft paintbrush should do the job, make sure you clean the CPU fan and heatsink (the metal block behind the CPU fan).
Once that's done the computer should stay on all the time but remember to clean the insides of the case periodically to prevent this problem form arising again.

Good luck and thanks for choosing FixYa!!

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I would get the ezack one that came out of it and put that one back in. try it, the if it does not work I would replace the mother board

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I doubt you can replace it with the same on unless you bought another motherboard from emachine. You can buy a new motherboard just make sure it will accept your cpu and memory. Also make sure it will fit in the case and it has the same connections as your old motherboard ex. hard drive, printer ports, power supply....

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