Question about E-Machines T6520 PC Desktop
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.
Posted on Apr 11, 2014
On the system board, on the left edge next to the primary IDE connector, there is a 9 pin header.
I usually get a magnify glass and look down on the header . From right to left,you will see PWR led pins closer to the edge of the motherboard.and the Power BTN next to it.(the side of the pins that has 4 pins on it)
Then on the other side, you will see the pins for the HDLED across from the PWR led. Then the Reset pins across the PWR BTN.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2008
SOURCE: Emachine T6520 Wont Start Up
Check your num lock key status press it on and off if hum lock led is on and off when u pressing then your cpu working fine. so check connectiopn of vga cable cpu to monitor.
Also some times display screeen resolution issue so when u power up press F8 key then enter in enable vga mode then you can chang escreen resolution to 1024*768.
but if num lock key is not on and offf then open the cabinet of cpu then find cmos cell on mother bord and pull it for 14 minutes then check .
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
what kind of motherboard did you change..?
try to search in the internet.. just type the name of the board and including the diagram.. sample.."ASUS MOTHERBOARD POWER DIAGRAM"...
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
The manual for your computer is available from emachines, p.168 shows the info you need (replacing the front I/O panel)
The good news is that you can't harm the computer by connecting the wires wrong and the bad news is they just won't work the way they are supposed too if not connected properly. The LED's must have the correct polarity to work.
In general, if you look real close (as in magnifying glass and flash light) you will see the ID for each set of pins is printed on the motherboard (pwr,rst,HDD,pwr sw,speaker) Just match what it says on the motherboard to what it says on the wires. Don't worry if you get the polarity wrong. If a light doesn't work just swap the two wires. The colored wires should be positve (+), though. The reset (rst) and power switch (pwr sw) wires don't require polarity.
These instructions are for most computers in general, YMMV.
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
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SOURCE: EMachines Power Switch
Rather than hunt for a diagram, take a metal conductor and short out the prongs two at a time until you find the two that turn on your PC. It is 100% safe to do this as you CANNOT damage the motherboard by shorting out the wrong prongs.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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