Is a HP Pavilion MCP73M01H1 (Napa) the same as a Foxconn M7PMX-S?
oh wow. Why would the lady say such an ignorant thing with such
conviction. This is just nonsense as we all know companies outsource
all the time, precisely Retail driven, close to the end user companies
like HP and Dell. PRODUCING is not the same as contracting out a set of
mobos like the gentlemen correctly suspected of being the same as a
foxconn model. I happen to have an HP with a foxconn mobo (and to the
guru lady, it seems to also have Nvidia's signature, so really, what
you see here, is Nvidia provides tech, Foxconn manpower and efficiency,
and HP sales and marketing and the product sells, but suggesting HP
which cant get to the phone to keep up support go out and actually
manufacture their own mobos is the stuff of laziness).
To the gentleman asking, I have looked at the specs and your analysis
seems to be right on. Here's another exact HP product (the one I own,
given another HP special foxconn mobo name given the sheer volume of
business these folks generate to foxconn. It does seem to get often
confusing though and if I were you, and you seem to be quite familiar
with hardware and the such, if you were to attempt a flash, make sure
to backup first, that is the only harm you will cause to your computer,
if you are not cautious even when you're certain. Here's the link to
which I mentioned so many times:
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