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Emachine T2200 Replacement Mobo

By geekvolkman ยท 11 replies
Oct 1, 2006
  1. Im trying to find a replacement motherboard for this Emachine T2200
    the part no on the fried one is L7VMM2. Apparently Emachine does not produce this anymore. Any ideas on a new product that could be compatable to this fried part? Thanks in advance to any replies!:D
    The following information is directly from Emachines:

    BOM for : T2200

    MB: MB, L7VMM2/1.0A MBEM2154L7V2
  2. GeekieNick101

    GeekieNick101 TS Rookie Posts: 350

    What is the entire specs of the system, such as the cpu, type and how much of ram, harddrive size, etc also how old was the system when the motherboard went out
  3. geekvolkman

    geekvolkman TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Hi Geekie

    I actually purchased the pc from BestBuy Jan 2004 and got a 2yr warranty. The pc lasted 2yrs, and 2days:dead: This is the information on Emachines and hope it helps. (It might be more then you need, but I'd rather give more than less)

    CPU Fan Type: FAN ,77.5*60.5*64.5MM
    Power Supply: PS, 250 WATT
    CPU: CPU, ATHLON XP 2200
    MB: MB, L7VMM2/1.0A
    Memory: MEM, DDR-RAM 512MB
    HDD: HDD, 100GB
    Modem: MODEM, V.92 56K
    LAN: LAN, 10/100 integrated
    Keyboard Model: KB, KU-0108 104+18 KEY
    Mouse: MOUSE, MO15K (WHEEL)
    Speaker: SPEAKER, SP-30A (AMPLIFIED)
    ODD1: CDRW, NEXGEN (40X)
    ODD2: DVD, NEXGEN (16X)
  4. F1N3ST

    F1N3ST TS Rookie Posts: 593

    Can you run CPU-z for me so i can find a mobo for you, tell me what CPU socket your compter is, it says in CPU-z (Google CPU-Z)
  5. dmill89

    dmill89 TS Guru Posts: 471

    An Athlon XP It is a socket A and all E-machines are micro-ATX.
    So you need a socket-A micro-ATX motherboard. You will also need a New powersupply as that's what likely fried your motherboard in the first place and E-machines powersupplies are garbage anyway.

    Here is a Link for a motherboard.(I would like to give you more but quality micro-ATX Socket-A boards are hard to come by these days):

    Here are some PSU's:
  6. geekvolkman

    geekvolkman TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thank You!!

    I appreciate the help in finding the mobo for me dmill. Some good reviews and some bad on this mobo but Im willing to give it a shot. I do agree that EMachines do have issues with the mobo's and btw yes we do need a new power supply.
    Comment on earlier post (F1N3ST) how can I run anything when I cant power it up? :dead: :dead: lol thanks though for replying.
  7. Tedster

    Tedster Techspot old timer..... Posts: 5,746   +14

  8. dmill89

    dmill89 TS Guru Posts: 471

    Just to let you know you will need a fresh install of XP after installing the new motherboard. E-machines like most OEMs links the OS to the motherboard so it can't be used with a new motherboard(except E-machines boards but they charge $150+ for their low quality boards if they even have them instock at all)
  9. geekvolkman

    geekvolkman TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Well hmmm...

    Maybe instead of installing xp I will get VISTA lol
  10. dmill89

    dmill89 TS Guru Posts: 471

    Then you'd need to double the ram and get a new video card.
  11. geekvolkman

    geekvolkman TS Rookie Topic Starter

    it has a new video card already. And I dont think Im quite ready for all that jazz. Thanks :)
  12. tall_tiger

    tall_tiger TS Rookie

    L7VMM2 Board

    Did you find a replacement board that you could use your restore CD's with?

    My L7VMM2 board died too.

    Thank you
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