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I got an e-machine and I believe the mobo if fryed because I can't see no video, even when I put in an agp card into it...Now I checked out the dimensions on the width is 9" and the length is 10"(going up) will this mobo be fine ?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813123201

EDIT: I just went down one mobo and got this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813157046 I see alot of reviews of people replacing this with their old mobo from an e-machine you guys think it would work?
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Originally Posted by splat00n
I got an e-machine and I believe the mobo if fryed because I can't see no video, even when I put in an agp card into it...Now I checked out the dimensions on the width is 9" and the length is 10"(going up) will this mobo be fine ?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813123201
OK...So what you are sayin is that you have a pci card/onboard originally that doesnt work any more so you tried an agp card and that doesnt work also correct. You monitor is more likely to be dead then the mobo. More then likely when a motherboard is fried it will do more then that most of the time but you still might have a rare case. You should check out another monitor first. Or if what you had was onboard check out a pci video card just to make sure what the problem is.
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OK...So what you are sayin is that you have a pci card/onboard originally that doesnt work any more so you tried an agp card and that doesnt work also correct. You monitor is more likely to be dead then the mobo. More then likely when a motherboard is fried it will do more then that most of the time but you still might have a rare case. You should check out another monitor first. Or if what you had was onboard check out a pci video card just to make sure what the problem is.
No, I used the onboard video and it didn't work so I put in an AGP video to see if the onboard video was bad and it didn't, and no my monitor is fine I'm typing to you at the moment
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OK well in that case lol i really wouldnt recommend either of those boards but if i were to choose it would be the asrock. How much are you willing to spend? If its that much then the asrock should be fine.
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OK well in that case lol i really wouldnt recommend either of those boards but if i were to choose it would be the asrock. How much are you willing to spend? If its that much then the asrock should be fine.
yeah real cheap, just for like h/w, internet you know..so it should fit?
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Those are mATX or micro ATX format MBs which are 245mm x 220mm which is about 9.4'' x 8.7'' so dubble check but that e-machine should also be an mATX too!
    
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Those are mATX or micro ATX format MBs which are 245mm x 220mm which is about 9.4'' x 8.7'' so dubble check but that e-machine should also be an mATX too!
Yeah, I got the asrock, read about 10 reviews there that people replaced their mobo from an emachine also, almost same model #'s too so im good to go thx you 2
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any time just hope it works out for ya!
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any time just hope it works out for ya!
yeah foreal! Can I return to newegg incase it doesn't fit?
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