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Qosmio F0 My systemboard on Toshiba Qosmio F10 went atfer 14 months and was not worth fixing at £500 in my view. I have had the laptop gathering dust for 2 years and wondered if an alternative systemboard could be used in this laptop as i'm not sure if Toshiba's board can be trusted. Any thoughts

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Most Laptop cases are customized to brand and Model. If it difficult to get another motherboard to fit in. Though sometimes successive some models of the same brand of Laptop do use same motherboard.

The bset thing is to sell the carcase n Ebay. Someone outthere mght needs other parts eg LCD, casing of that Laptop.

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