Keyboard Model: K/B:KB-9908,EN104K,PS/2,EMA,C-BLK/SLVR
Modem: MODEM, V.92 56K
Mouse: MOUSE, MO15K (WHEEL)
Video: Video, Integrated
Power Supply: PS, 250 WATT
Memory: MEM, DDR-RAM 256MB (Max. 2GB)
HDD: HDD, 40 GB
MB: MB, VC37/1.3 AWD 0KCA 478P W/LAN
FDD Model: FDD, D353M3D
CPU Fan Type: Fan ,89.2*88.9*63.1mm
ODD1: CD-ROM IDE 48X
LAN: LAN, 10/100 Integrated
Speaker: SPEAKER, SP-30A (AMPLIFIED)
CPU: CPU, CELERON 2.2GHZ PGA478 128k
Look familiar? Here's a site for you to join and bookmark:
Once you have, you can look up your configuration by clicking on the Drivers link, then the eMachine link, the Configuration link, and choose your model number.
Click Shopping to go to http://www.pcfactoryoutlet.com/
. There you'll find genuine eMachine parts (but who needs 'em?). So far I have found that an eMachine will take any other parts, unlike some systems.
I am on an eMachine W2040, sort of. It's in my sig. i have pumped up the RAM from 128 to 512, added a graphics card, added a DVD drive and a DVD burner, as well as a 19" LCD monitor.
Here's a link to the specs of your mobo: http://www.fic.com.tw/product/mother...px?model_id=37
From that page you can access BIOS upgrades, as well as the manual for it.