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Hp motherboard i have sent my notebook back to hp to be repaired. they have rang and told me my motherboard is faulty and they can offer me a inferior board but double the memory in way of compensation. they say it would be 6% slower. should i accept this or wait for like for like.

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  • tjfarrington Jan 08, 2009

    I was told by best buy and comp usa tech that I have a faulty mother board and to contact HP. But HP advised me that they will not replace the mother board since it is out of warranty and it is not one of the listed computers with faulty mother board issues


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Don't let HP screw you over because the board was faulty. If the board is still under warranty make them replace the board with the same type of board you have. Remember, notebooks can't usually be upgraded the same way PC's can, so speed is always a factor when getting a notebook. 6% is definately noticeable as far as speed is concerned, so make sure you're getting what you paid for.

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