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    COMPAQ PRESARIO v3000 motherboard replacing

    hi friends . one of my friend has a broken laptop the repair mens says that it need to replace the M.board . so for my education purpose i think of get it from him and replace the motherboard and get for my usage.even thought replacing motherboard i feel its so expensive to replace it. so any ideas what should i do other than replacing? i mean is there are common issue with v3000 board that can fixed by phisically without buying a new board?

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    Re: COMPAQ PRESARIO v3000 motherboard replacing

    Other that replacing?
    You need some really good diagnostic equipment or experience and even after that you need all the knowledge to fix the issue.
    I would say instead if a standalone mobo for replacing purposes try to buy the same model of the laptop with as many cosmetic issues as possible but fully functional. And replace the MoBo from that one.

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    Re: COMPAQ PRESARIO v3000 motherboard replacing

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonebreaker777 View Post
    Other that replacing?
    You need some really good diagnostic equipment or experience and even after that you need all the knowledge to fix the issue.
    I would say instead if a standalone mobo for replacing purposes try to buy the same model of the laptop with as many cosmetic issues as possible but fully functional. And replace the MoBo from that one.
    yeah thank you for the idea

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    Re: COMPAQ PRESARIO v3000 motherboard replacing

    Hello everybody, my girlfriend has a Compaq Presario she was told that she needed to replace graphics card but it is attached to the motherboard. I'm a little new to this and I wanted to get some advice on what kind of motherboard/ graphics card I should look for. Or are there any other options I'm not aware of.

    thank you for your time

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