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I have a Maxdata Desktop that is about 4 years old, I thought I had a Hard Drive failure but I am tiold that the Motherboard needs replacing. Does any body know where I can take the PC to get it repaired?

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Well try replacing it and see whether the problem persists. What makes you sure that its a drive failure? Or, use the drive on another machine and see if its OK. if not, am sorry you have to replace the motherboard

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