Question about Systemax Neotach 3300 Notebook
Notebook powers up, fan spins for a second, then nothing. -cant boot to any other media (doesn't get that far) -tried an extra HD -tried another memory dim -Not in warranty -systemax says send it to the only place in the world that can fix our proprietary piece of dung in Cali. and if it is the motherboard it will be around $350-$450. -Would it be worth trying to find a used/working cpu and? Thanks, kdawwwg
Just a thought. State Farm insures my laptop for $30 a year ($30 is the minimum yearly payment; actually I pay $70 a year for 3 laptops). Anything happens to it, even if you get bored and play fisbee with it, they fix or replace it.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
Matching peices of hardware in a notebook can be difficult, but it does sound as though the CPU has failed, and at $450 for a repair, its worth spending a liitle extra for a higher spec new notebook.
Posted on May 25, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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