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I have had this in for service and I have been told that it needs a new motherboard. Can you advise me what type to purchase
The most solid advice i can give you on this would be to contact the manufacturer of the unit and see what they say is your best choice which really depends on the case type and case dimensions you have, the new board will have to fit exactly into the present case and the ports and card slots etc. have to line up correctly in order for you to use any external devices that you may have or plan to use they can also steer you in the right direction as to the heat dispersal and power consumption of you new board so give them a call and see what they say, who knows it may be a lot cheaper to just replace the system itself rather than spend money on having a new motherboard installed. And if it's still under warranty it would definately be a good idea to see if the present board is defective or buggy!
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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