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Jason Hydon Posted on Jul 27, 2007
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Unknown space on motherboard.

Does anyone know what the large black space with a cable groove to the monitor (located around the keyboard and mouse)is for?

  • Jason Hydon Jul 28, 2007

    Unfortunatly i have no idea of the make of motherboard. all i know is it should be the standard samsung (N)V20 motherboard.

  • Jason Hydon Jul 29, 2007

    Just discovered, my laptop model isn't listed on this site.
    It's an NV20NH00LM/SUK.
    i thought it was the listed model from the listed specs.

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