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Motherboard broke Need motherboard for p c can u tell me were to get one and how much am I looking at thanks

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Http://www2.partstore.com The site says there is no such model but gives detailed instructions on how to locate the correct model number. If you don't like their price, get the part number and Google it.

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SOURCE: Broken Motherboard Pins

Can you try to just use floppy driver B socket or is their not one? Do you really need a floppy driver many computers now days do not have one using the CD/DVD burner for saving data. I have never heard of the pins being replaced, but nothing is impossible to fix.

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SOURCE: Motherboard broke

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