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Some older computers, like mine, have a maximum memory they can handle. This one happens to be 1 gig, but yours may be less. Do you have an older computer? Yup, you do. As seen here, the maximum supported ram is 256. I'm sorry. Please rate.


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E-Machines... • Answered on Sep 12, 2019


yes and i have never lookd back best thing i ever done..and to find out the best one to suit you is take the old one to a pc shop and they should tell you whats best.

E-Machines... • Answered on Apr 13, 2015


Match up the slot with where it should connect in your case. There will be a blank metal tab in the back of the case that you need to remove before you can add the card. 23130306-zvth3nwnb2epwys31crmuljy-3-0.jpg Computer Parts Laptops Electronics and More Newegg com

E-Machines... • Answered on Jan 29, 2015


start the computer and while its comming on ( or loading) press f1 or the delete key holdig it down for a few seconds this should get you into the bios. you can then reset the bios to default and then save changes and exit.

E-Machines... • Answered on Jun 27, 2012


you can go to google and search it then download or go to install hardware and get it there

E-Machines... • Answered on Jul 08, 2011


Yes, you have the capability to do so. However, I seriously recommending updating the RAM to the maximum capacity.

RAM Technology : SDRAM Installed RAM: 64 MB Max Supported RAM: 256 MB

E-Machines... • Answered on Jan 24, 2011


Yes you can...

Installing Windows XP on a Emonster 600 is the same process as installing Windows XP on any Windows-compatible personal computer. The process is not difficult, and can be completed quickly.

#1 Insert the Windows disc and restart your computer. When prompted to press any key to boot from the CD, press a key. Windows will begin the set-up process.
#2 When a list of hard drive partitions appears, delete each of them by pressing "D" to delete and "L" to confirm deletion. When finished, you should only have one choice: "unpartitioned space."
#3 Press "Enter", then format using the NTFS file system. Do nothing while Windows begins to install.
#4 Wait for Windows to restart. When the process continues, enter the product key, the time and time zone, and your name when prompted to do so. Allow the installation to continue; it may take some time.
#5 when Windows restarts again, continue the process using the on-screen instructions. The process will vary depending on your hardware configuration.
#6 Connect to the Internet and activate Windows once you reach your desktop. If you can't, you can also activate Windows over the phone. Installation is complete.

E-Machines... • Answered on Oct 03, 2010


Same as any other system. Insert your Windows CD, go to the recovery console, format. You know you will have to reinstall everything after that.

E-Machines... • Answered on Aug 04, 2010


1) Try it on a different USB port. If that doesn't work

2) Try it on another PC, if it doesn't work on either, you've got a faulty drive.

If it works on another PC but not yours, there's something wrong with your PC.

Check PC control centre, ask it to look for new hardware and/or check you device manager, see if its got a yellow question mark over one or more device. Which would mean re-installing

E-Machines... • Answered on Apr 13, 2010


Constant beeping is a sign of bad ram...I would replace them and see if that helps.

E-Machines... • Answered on Apr 07, 2010


Check on the power supply and make sure the main power switch is turned on. If it is turned on make sure the plug works by pluggin in a lamp or other simple device that you know works. Also if it is on a power strip make sure you did not turn the strip off. If all these work and there is no power when you hit the front button you might have a bad power supply. If that is the case contack emachine and they offer a warranty repair.

E-Machines... • Answered on Apr 07, 2010


try to change the boot sequence at bios. make sure that the first option for boot will be hard drive. hope this will help.

E-Machines... • Answered on Apr 01, 2010


it depends on how many your memory **** are, but ussually one memory **** can support as much as 2 or 3 gig

E-Machines... • Answered on Mar 10, 2010


Please double check, you should have two cables out of the monitor and connected.
1. The power cable to your UPS/ AC switch. 2. display cable connected to the CPU(main box).
Based on the information you gave one or both of these cables are not connected/switched on.
Thanks.

E-Machines... • Answered on Feb 03, 2010


or just try starting your laptop with the home key located to the right of the power button. when started close down correctly with shut down from the start menu.

hopefully problemo vamooosh

E-Machines... • Answered on Jan 20, 2010


If you can log on to an administrator account you can remove the passwords on other accounts. If you dont know the passwords for any of the accounts you can try ophcrack, which uses rainbow tables to recover passwords from the sam files (where windows keeps passwords, encrypted of course) and let you know what they are. High success rate on XP, not so high on vista or 7. For extra added bonus, its a free open source program.

http://ophcrack.sourceforge.net/


E-Machines... • Answered on Jan 13, 2010


what is the question?

E-Machines... • Answered on Jan 12, 2010


while booting into the Operating system try pressing F8. It will take you to the os menu and select VGA loging in mode in that. Later after entering the operating system reduce your monitor resolution say 800 * 600 it should fix the problem.

E-Machines... • Answered on Nov 27, 2009


Check the BIOS to see if ACPI is enabled.
Might try looking in event viewer/Application or System log files to see what may be hanging it up.
It may also even be a virus.

E-Machines... • Answered on Oct 08, 2009


This is due to the resolution set on your computer. change your resolution of the desktop from display property to less than 800X600.

E-Machines... • Answered on Oct 03, 2009

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