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My motherboard is fried.

My acer computer won't go past the bios screen and I was told it is my motherboard. How much are these parts to replace?

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Check out Newegg.com or some of the other sites like it. You can get a motherboard but you will need to know what you're doing to get it all back up and running correctly. If you aren't sure have somebody do it for you. The boards are actually pretty cheap but it depends on what else you may need to go with it.

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