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due to fixyas terms and conditions, this information can not and should not be posted on the forums.
this is due to obvious legalities, of who the laptop actually belongs to ?
The person in charge or purchaser of the item, should have any relevant information to unlock any security passwords. Newer style laptops actually have security chips on board, which can only be unlocked or passwords provided by the legitimate owner of the item, or by contacting the manufacturer for an unlock password. i,d suggest that you contact your client for this information.
Actually it will be better to have a new mothereboard rather than having it repaired because even if you have the MOBO repair you will always have some problem with becuase everything is interconnected on the motherboard if you start having some problem with any partys sooner or later you will also have some problem with other parts of it so just to have a better performing system I suggest you to get a new one....