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X30 laptop video driver faulty. ?? do i need a new motherboard.if so, what would i pay and where would i get it, is it "a big one" to replace. Your help would be appreciated. Thanks

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  • evo333 Jul 14, 2008

    Thnks for the speedy reply, i'll try and find a video card and see what's involved with changing it over.



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    EVO333

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As far as i can tell you need a new mother board there on ebay for 129.00-179.00 each hope this helped you out could not find and videos cards must be built in

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