Solved I need a product for my e machine model ms522257

August 18, 2016 at 13:15:17
Specs: set up, Both
I bought update drivers I have a blank disk,and I java portable usb chip driver and I have a Microsoft account help me with a product key or a real cheap place I can get one asap to upload
I have a new hard ABD100. Can you use this for e machine m522257 and how can I update it ?

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#1
August 18, 2016 at 13:26:56
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Your post is not very clear, very confusing...

What are you looking for?

Do you have a computer with a working operating system or not?

What is the Microsoft account to which you refer?


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#2
August 18, 2016 at 13:36:55
Yes I have a working pc! And I updated hard drives and available disk and sub storage! But I can't read the product key on the back of the pc and I noticed that I can put in a different one! Not to be a burden

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#3
August 18, 2016 at 13:38:21
The model I am working on is a e machine model522257

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#4
August 18, 2016 at 13:42:03
Is there someone who can assist me please?

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#5
August 18, 2016 at 13:45:54
Is there someone who can assist me please?I respect all who have a more advanced knowledge than my self with these questions you receive! But. My question has a simple solution! I just need guidance to direct and 50 yr old pc rookie!

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#6
August 18, 2016 at 13:56:53
This link should be of help. Running Magic Jellybean will dig out "all" product keys etc. Make a note of what it finds; perhaps email a copy to yourself as well; and leave it in saved folder in your online email account.

http://tinyurl.com/h2zrmja

Also running Belarc Advisor will dig similar information; so perhaps run both. And keep copies of what each finds (as above).

http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/det...


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#7
August 18, 2016 at 14:02:25
Incidentally - take time "now" to copy/duplicate all your personal files to external storage. Typically DVD at least; but also to an external hard drive too is nice(r). Then if ever anything goes amiss with your working computer - your personal files are safe elsewhere.

Check the copies after you make them to verify they can be accessed OK, before storing safely. If possible check them on another working computer.

Regularly ensure you have current/up to date copies of all those files; and regularly check/verify you can read/access them,

By duplicating/copying personal "stuff" as above means you won't be joining the huge crowd of those who didn't and wished they had - after things go bad on their computer.

Anything really vital - photos are the usual... - make two sets of disks...

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#8
August 19, 2016 at 01:06:36
Is your version XP pro or XP home?

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#9
August 19, 2016 at 08:11:51
Please be patient. Helpers are volunteers who do this in their spare time from home, so it is usually necessary to wait a while until someone happens to come along and open the post.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#10
August 22, 2016 at 01:44:31
I have my emachine running on windows Vista. I bought a toshiba wd100 hard drive. Is it compatible with e machine?

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#11
August 22, 2016 at 01:57:29
Generally most drives will work with most current computers (laptop or desktop/tower).

As long as it's the corect physical size it ought to fit in normally.. 2.5inch laptop drives come either 7.5 or 9.0mm thick. If the Toshiba is thinner than the one already installed in a laptop, the one it will replace, one uses a spacer (usually provided with thinner drives) to pack out the drive. Occasionally the original drive may the thinner one and installed in a bay for the larger. In that situation there will be a spacer on the iriginal drive, so one can use that if needs-be?

Can you connect the drive to your computer via usb?

If so then can you see it. in the list of drives on that computer?

What are you hoping to do with this new Toshiba drive?


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#12
August 22, 2016 at 02:21:54
It runs slow and I want it faster ,to be to go to 64 bit so I can have updated apps like window 11

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#13
August 22, 2016 at 05:32:49
I can't find that "exact" model; but my impression is that it's quite elderly by current designs and specs.

For any given system the easiest and cheapest way to speed up a system is to install more RAM. Also to disable//uninstall anything that runs in the background and which you don't need.

Upgrading the processor is usually expensive; and seldom makes that much difference in general terms/use.

Installing an SSD (solid state drive) in place of the conventional mechanical drive will make a difference; but I would be wary of going that route; as the gains may be less than you hope for.

The operating system may also impinge (have an effect) on the performance of a given system The older the kit, likely the slower it will run with a new more current OS.

How olde is this kit, this computer? As it's running Vista it's pretty elderly... so I wouldn't waste my money on trying to soup it up/upgrade it. It possibly will run Win-7; possibly win-8x - but no way anything after that? As you progress from Vista to later OS it's age and specifications become a serious factor.


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