What is the BIOS in an eMachines computer?

Answer BIOS is an acronym for Basic Input/Output System. It is the resident programming within a personal computer that controls the computer from the time it is turned on until the operating system start... Read More »

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Who makes the eMachines computer?

Gateway, an American computer company, bought eMachines in March 2004. In October 2007, Acer, a Taiwanese company, acquired both Gateway and eMachines to become the third largest PC company in the ... Read More »

Can I use an eMachines restore CD for an HP computer?

An eMachines restore CD is only compatible with certain makes and models of eMachines computers. The restore CD looks for a "marker" within the computer and will not execute the restore process if ... Read More »

How Can I Install My HP All-in-One Printer to My eMachines Computer?

Hewlett-Packard's line of all-in-one printers allow you to print, scan, photo copy and, with some models, fax from a single space-saving device. Some of HP's all-in-one printers also feature standa... Read More »

How can a format my old emachines computer without turning it on?

Possible that it wouldn't support Windows 7 if it is a pretty old system. XP has been around a while though so it is possible that a newer XP system would support Windows 7.As for formatting, if y... Read More »