Question about ASUS N71JQX1 PC Notebook
Do I have to buy a new OS if I replace the N71JQ-X1 mobo? I'm asking since I think the DC port on the mobo fried itself and I think it will be horribly expensive to replace through ASUS so I'm going to try and replace it myself. Also where can I find a replacement mobo for the N71JQ-X1?
A new one would be around the same price as a complete laptop. You will probably have difficulty finding a new one, depending on how old the laptop is.
Used / second hand boards are risky because you don't know what you are getting until it's all rebuilt again.
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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