What do you need to know about eMachines support?
Get the support you need for your eMachines products. We don’t just deliver competitive computers at great prices, we also provide solid support to back them. Rest easy knowing that friendly and knowledgeable people stand behind our products, and are ready to help you.
What can I do with eMachines easy recovery essentials?
You can burn Easy Recovery Essentials directly to a CD, DVD or a USB flash drive and use its Automated Repair function to automatically find and fix boot errors. Note: Easy Recovery Essentials can not be used to install or reinstall Windows.
Is the eMachines Recovery Disk compatible with Vista?
If the recovery partition of your computer is corrupt or damaged, consider downloading Easy Recovery Essentials, that it’s compatible with eMachines computers running Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8. Easy Recovery Essentials works for any eMachines model and it’s compatible with the following Windows versions:
How to restore eMachines drive to factory settings?
1 Power on your computer 2 Press the Windows and C key to begin a search 3 Type recovery and click eMachines Recovery Management 4 Click on Restore Factory Settings, at the Restore tab from the left menu 5 Click Next 6 Click Fully clean the drive option 7 Click Reset 8 Your computer will restart and begin the restore process
How big is an emachine all in one desktop?
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What’s the name of the eMachines recovery disk?
A recovery disk is also known as a restore disc, repair disc, boot disc or rescue disk. eMachines Inc. was acquired by Gateway in 2004 and Gateway Computers was acquired by Acer in 2007. If you have a computer from Gateway, follow the Gateway Recovery Disk guide instead. If you have a computer from Acer, follow the Acer Recovery Disk guide instead.