Question about E-Machines (T2824) PC Desktop
I am trying to fix up an E-machine for some kids to use for games. I have an E-machine T2824 with a dead mobo. Do you know what kind of mobo I could get for a replacement? This machine was barely used and I hate to just trash it....
The T2824 uses a microATX motherboard, any manufacturer supporting a Celeron (Intel) CPU will be ok - therefore, I would think any motherboard of that size will fit the case. There seems to have been a lot of problems with this model and the mobos. Putting $280+ into an exact replacement wouldn't appeal to me. Especially when $60-80 will get the job done!
You will want to make sure that the rear plate on the case is of standard size to fit the new mobo however.
To cross-reference the current mobo, there should be some stamped markings on the board. Usually they are located (either) around the edge, or near the middle. Cross that using Google - you should easily find a replacement.
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