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I'm getting one long and two short beeps when I turn on my computer. HP says it's the video card embedded in the motherboard and therefore the motherboard itself has to be replaced at $425.00. Is there a cheaper solution? And I found that my wireless switch has a broken wire connection within the unit . Is it worth repairing this unit?

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Hi
Considering the age of the computer it would be cheaper to replace than buy a new board.
If you look on the label with the serial number,could youpost back the following?
Service Tag # right above the length of the warranty.
Part # right above the HP logo/Service Tag
Full Model # is there anything after dv6000 like letters or numbers?
I ask because I want to try and find a used board to compare the cost.
Thanks
Bob

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