E-Machines T - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
How to burn a dvd on a emachines D620?
you can use windows to burn disc but this is for DATA only by click and drag
or you can download some free application software to burn in cd/dvd
here are some free software you can download and use. copy the link to your browser to download.
CD BURNER XP
ASHAMPOO BURNING STUDIO
on Oct 30, 2019
I am unabul to play
You can install Leawo Free MP4 Converter
, when you install it, it will ask you to install a codec package, after you finish it. you can convert your video to MP4 format easily, or just watch your MKV video with Windows Media Player.
on Jul 31, 2019
I forgot my password on my emachine computer.
ok what you want to do is restart the PC and keep tapping F8 when it asks you to start windows in safe mode or with networking hit enter on windows safe mode ... not with networking any ways... it will then ask you to log in Type in user name Administrator and then hit Enter .. go to control panel change your password jobs a gooden :D Good Luck
on Jul 21, 2019
My emachine t6524 wouldn't wake
I would best guess it is a bad hard drive that is an older computer and running a deep scan can finish off a dying hard drive. this is 85 percent the cause of your problem ata best guess. you need to have the internal hard drive tested.
on Jan 21, 2018
I have an emachines t5082 with vista basic that
Since Vista is a very old operating system you’re going to have quite a challenge finding tools that will solve your problem
- In this particular case you may want to go to a local PC repair shop that would have the old operating system discs you’ll need to restore
- From your description it is tough to figure out whether this is a software problem or if there is something physically beginning to fail on your machine but I can tell you from experience that with the machine of that era you have a hard drives that are at least 10 years old
on Jan 06, 2018
I have an older T6524
If there is a connection for the SATA drive, the bios should see it. You'll have to go into the bios setup (hit F2 key repeatedly on reboot) and look around until you find the setting. I cannot tell you exactly where it is, as you may have a different bios version. I suggest you plug the drive cable into the "SATA 0)", plug in the drive power plug, and then hook up the main (110 volt) power cord. Don't forget the power for the new drive. I also suggest you try changing ONLY ONE SETTING AT A TIME. Write down where it was, how you got to it, what it was, and what you changed it to. If that does not work, it will be easy to undo what you did, and try another setting. Years of experience has taught me not to make wholesale changes to the bios. Look for something like "Integrated Peripherals"
on Oct 03, 2017
Ok! i need help with
Check to see if unit works with other disks. If it works fine then it is definitely a software issue that is preventing playback of your disk.
Install VLC freeware and see if that plays it back.
on Sep 22, 2017
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