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D600 latitude motherboard

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After going through all the trouble shooting pages, following different recommendations (including yours), and calling dell, it's apparent that the motherboard needs to be replaced. When looking online, I see multiple stores selling motherboards for this d600. When I pressed on the motherboard link that you sent, it gives me a myriad of options. Do you have a recommendation? I see prices of refurbished motherboards being listed from $149 to $179, and Dell will sell me a new motherboard shipped to my place for the small sum of $396.51. Holy smokes. At this point, I have more time than money, and would prefer to go the more inexpensive route, but I wonder if I'm taking a shot at buying a refurbished motherboard? Any suggestions would be welcome. Thank you for you time.

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I recommend Ebay. You can get a good used motherboard for around $100, just make sure that the motherboard is guaranteed to work, so your protected if it doesn't. I've gotten many used boards off Ebay, and had no problems. Used or refurbished is just fine, there's really no sense in paying the $400 for a new one. If the $150 refurbished has at least one year warranty or better, that would be the route to go. Here's a link to Ebay's listing for the D600 motherboards. If you need assistance in changing out the board let me know.

http://search.ebay.com/search/search.dll?from=R40&_trksid=m37.l1313&satitle=dell+d600+motherboard&category0=

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