Emachine Upgrade Anyone Familiar?
Any ideas anyone?? Regards Anonymous says: October 4, 2003 at 2:20 pm Hi: I have an emachines 600IS, I have upgraded the hardrive, the RAM, the Graphics card, and the sound card, and I I had some concerns about the ATA interface, but it looks like it should work. Most PCI-E high end cards say 400 watt PSU is recommended. his comment is here
I think that this is what you want to know. It came with a very slow 4.2gig HDD & I added a faster Fujitsu 10gig HDD. I haven't checked the sysinfo on it yet. dustyjay, Sep 18, 2011 #6 ABrandle Thread Starter Joined: Sep 17, 2011 Messages: 15 I just wanted to know if it was possible I can leave the side panel off and click
So, yes, you'll be able to finish the upgrade, but it will require some tinkering. As far as firewall software, there are many free packages available for your use. You never know if the one that comes with it will kick the bucket. I will look into re-setting the BIOS next.
- I was introduced to the ''new'' T6520 after a Gateway.
- Unless you're certified, I'd suggest you contact them (and only if you have to) TWICE before doing anything they say-just to make sure the suggestions are consistent (I have the chat
- About the only thing I can conclusively determine is that the manufacturer of their older power supplies (newer models don't seem to have as much problems) didn't make a very good
- The more processes that take place, the more likely the information passing through the RAM gathers errors.
- The motherboards are AGP-compliant (on boards where AGP slots are provided), PCI-compliant, and are able to have processor, hard disc drive, ATAPI-compliant drive, and other upgrades performed just as easily as
- I did something I now regret.
- I took the 64MB memory card out, added a 256MB card, moving the 128 MB card over.
- I would be getting 2 sticks to add to a couple of 256Mb sticks in my computer.
- I cant get to many of the menu items in the Phoenix Bios which I think is the reason it's not recognizing the added memory.
If you haven't already, you might give Zeldman a look. It came with 32 MB. Anonymous says: January 1, 2005 at 11:57 pm would there be a problem connecting a newish 420w power supply to an old etower 333k system? Emachines Acer Anonymous says: February 27, 2003 at 7:12 pm I want to increase my ram Anonymous says: February 27, 2003 at 10:25 pm Two sticks of 128 MB PC 133 should do
Recently I decided to upgrade to Windows XP Home, wish I hadn't of, and I figured it would suck up quite a few resources, so, I added more memory. Emachines Computers Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: eMachine T6520 This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. He says he doesn't care if it's a R or RW. Source As for a PSU, the higher the wattage the better is a general rule of thumb.
If so, where I can get it and how much $$? Emachines Monitor Looked into installing a second hard drive maybe SATA, but emachines says a SATA controller card needed and I read somewhere that without a direct connect to the motherboard SATA would Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. I know it's an involved upgrade that requires me to basically take the complete laptop apart.
has anyone had any problems with it? http://www.emachines.com/ I need a good machine to run CAD as well as Quickbooks and other business related programs but also want my flt sim 2004 to have good graphics. Emachines Drivers Beyond that, you would want to upgrade the processor...but if you're going to do all this, you could use the money to build another computer or buy a new one retail. Emachines Laptop Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
Especially when I have had nothing but good from mine. this content Yes No Sorry, something has gone wrong. I thought others here might find this info useful so I posted it. Otherwise, be prepared to spend some cash. Emachines Laptop Price
Tim Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: eMachine T6520 The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Since Lindows OS 4.0 offers OpenOffice.org 1.0.3 you should have no problem writing WordPerfect-compatible documents and creating Excel-compatible spreadsheets at a fraction of the cost of purchasing both of these software I may try that with the 500 is, expensive experiment :-/ Anonymous says: January 10, 2004 at 1:17 pm Sorry, I left the wrong email address in my last post. weblink The RAM is PC133 SDRAM, Value RAM by Kingston.
My system has recently, within past couple of months, started to hum, sometimes very loudly. Emachine Recovery Replaced factory CD-RW with Pioneer A109 burner easy install thanks to Windows OS. Which brings me to the next point… POWERSUPPLY.
Same goes for the RAM upgrade.
If I still feel the need I may also replace the AGP video card as I do not have any PCI slots available on this eMachine. Anonymous says: March 5, 2004 at 12:35 pm I am attempting to upgrade the video on an emachines e400 for my niece. You all have been a great help! Emachines E732z Drivers Might make more sense to pick up a cheap refurb of an uptodate machine.
Don't know what to suggest on the sound and video, except that i plan to just buy something surplus. and yes either brand would be fine if they are compatible with u're machine. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. http://webtrekkie.com/emachines-laptop/emachine-drivers.php And as for me calling you a troll, check my replies to your other comments for more information.
Upgraded memory to 2 sticks of 1GB via Newegg.com, Kingston memory, for a good price. Worked like a dream. Anonymous says: December 20, 2003 at 8:59 pm I just bought my first computer,emachines w2686.I'm computer iliterate.I basicly bought it for gameing and web browsing.What I want to know is what That age there were PCI-express, but it'd be good to check the format before you buy a card for it.
Thanx Anonymous says: December 23, 2003 at 7:01 pm Who knows what kind of video card is good for a 566i2? Then I had to get the monitor and printer separately. He wants second optical drive in the empty 5 1/4-in bay. I have a Emachine model T1140 that I tried to upgrade with more RAM.
My options for Internet are limited. Now your system should be updated and stable, so all that's left is a little tweaking. I can minimize the Sims to the sys tray while I upload screen shots of houses I build. Dec 12, 2007 #17 nickc TechSpot Paladin Posts: 923 +11 Alex, get 2GIG of mem.