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Re: i buy this board in 20/02/2007. If I have a
Usually the boards are covered for at least a year. You need to contact Foxconn's warranty department. They'll give you an RMA number and then you have to send the board to them which they will then replace.
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You should be able to find an HP service provider in your area either by looking in the phonebook or by calling HP directly. You may even be able to order the part directly from HP. You will have to pay for it, however, and if you choose not to do the work yourself, will also be billed for the labor.
Hi dariel6167, Asus does cover their boards for three years. Your board came out in 2006. The error message you received (Over clocking Failed) is a normal error message when there is an issue with the bios. You can try to flash the bios with a newer bios file. (This may fix the bios). Download the bios file 1001 & bios- utilities from this Asus link. http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P5V-VM%20DH&SLanguage=en-us When contacting Asus please write down the number found on a white sticker located on the pink LPT port. You will need to open your case & look at the LPT port to see the white sticker. If flashing the bios fails you can still buy an updated bios chip through Asus online E-store at this link: http://estore.asus.com/shop/ You do not pay Asus for repairs or replacement, only shipping to Asus is on you.
Most likely replacing your motherboard will cost a ton of money (either the part, or the work and labor will cost a lot) . It would probably cost less to buy a used laptop with the same specs: http://cgi.ebay.com/Toshiba-satellite-m115-s3094-core-duo-laptop_W0QQitemZ250273284600QQihZ015QQcategoryZ177QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem If your laptop is under warranty, disregard what I just said, but if it isn't I would sell your broken laptop on ebay, and buy a new or used one.
If you want to keep your old data, you can just swap out your hard drive.
Hi, first get a second opinion, I have been able to replace several charge units on notebooks, as this is a new or current model go to the Sony website and contact the Tech's there for the required info about replacement.