Question about Toshiba Satellite M55-S135 Notebook
My daughter's Toshiba Satellite M55-S135 PC is a little more than 3 years old and cost about $800 (after rebate). There appears to be a problem with the PC receiveing AC electrical power. A gentleman (Geek Squad) at Best Buy tested the power cord which is OK and he concluded that there's a problem with the motherboard accepting electrical power. It's presently 55% charged. Should I consider getting it repaired (would it be worth it considering the PC's age) and if so where do I go to get it repaired?
A tough one. Have you gotten an estimate for an independent computer repair place? I don't think hard drives last all that long and the monitors seem to have a high failer rate also. Unless you could get it done for a total of abotu $200 , I would not do it. My thought only.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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