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Laptops usually have the graphics chip built-in on the motherboard and the video RAM is shared RAM (uses part of the main system RAM). Try reseating the RAM modules and if it still does not work then take the RAM to your friendly computer repair shop to test the RAM.for you.
Replacing a motherboard on a notebook is generally only recommended for professional technicians. As a last resort before trashing it, it might be doable for a resonably skilled person, but finding/buying the right motherboard is another matter. Though, it might not be the case that it's the motherboard that's faulty. If you can post a more detailed description of the problem, when it occurs, and if there are any life-signs at all (HDD-lights, screen, fans et.c.) it might help getting some answers.
GO TO ACER.COM ....THIS IS GENERALLY NOT A REPLACEMENT PART ONE CAN DO AT HOME , THEY ALWAYS SUGGEST IT BE SENT IN .....BUT IF YOU WANT TO ATTEMPT THIS HAVE A DIGITAL CAMERA HANDY AND TAKE PICS OF ALL STEPS TAKEN IN REMOVING IT SO IT CAN BE REPLACED EXACTLY THE SAME WAY . YOU MAY ALSO JUST USE ACER SITE TO GET THE SPECS AND SIZE OF MOBO NEEDED AND THEN SHOP AROUND FOR BETTER PRICING .... GOOD LUCK