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Emachine W3503 replacement motherboard?

Q: Emachine W3503 replacement motherboard?

A handicapped friend of ours has an emachine W3503 with a bad motherboard. We are trying to help him get his computer back up and running as inexpensively as possible since he is living on a very low fixed income. Can this be replaced, and if so, what would I order?
Thank you

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A: Emachine W3503 replacement motherboard?

Probably Not the Answer You Were Hoping For.......

The problem with replacing the motherboard in an Emachine is the extravagant price they will charge you. Also, the power supply is most probably also bad, either by virtue of it killing the board, or being killed by it. I absolutely do not recommend buying a board off Ebay, that's sort of asking to be ripped off.

Here's the specs on your machine http://www.emachines.com/support/product_support.html?cat=Desktops&subcat=W Series&model=W3503

That's pretty much bad news as well, since the Emachine in question has DDR type memory, which would likely have to be replaced with any board you might find today.

The standard treatment for this is to buy a different aftermarket board, and a decent PSU. However, the copy of Windows that came with the machine dies with the board, and would have to be purchased also.

This is representative of a type of board that would fit your chassis; http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...rder=BESTMATCH&Description=Intel+G31+&x=0&y=0 and allow you to use your CPU. These boards are about 50 bucks. A replacement Emachine board might be on the order of up to 200 dollars. The upgrade parts I mentioned can be had for about 300 dollars, including the copy of Windows. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16832116752 This is the OEM version, and you would need to order it with the parts.

As I said, you would also require new memory, a PSU, and a copy of Windows.

PS, The Celeron 356 in that machine is a "Cedar Mill" chip. These were the best single core Celerons (Pentium 4 type architecture) produced. (Until chips based in the new "Core 2 Duo" technology became available). They are however, less than pitiful by contemporary standards. Again, sorry if I ruined your day.

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Hello, I was wondering if there is anyway i can download all the file within the CD of Emachine W3503 Recover CD. When i first brought it, they gave me, but it magically disappeared after a while. This computer is so effed up right now. There's no add/remove, no system restore, and much more wierd malfunction within this system now. It need to be reformated, but i don't have to CD. I am seeking to downloading the file of the CD and burn it into a CD and use it to reformate my Emachine W3503.

A:Emachine W3503 Recovery CD.

You can copy all the drivers from here and create a drivers cd: http://www.emachines.com/support/pro...es&model=W3503

As for the Operating System, IF you have a CoA sticker, MS will likely replace the install disc for a small fee (can't hurt to ask anyway).

http://www.emachines.com/support/pro...es&model=W3503

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Thanks
 

A:Emachine motherboard replacement

Remember that the board you use must accept the CPU of the one in your failed eMachine board.
The hard drive is likely good, but the Windows on it will detect that the motherboard has changed, and then it will shut down. Sometimes the eMachines recovery disk will work if you run it in repair mode, or if you run a full new install, but usually not on that T2245 model. It is designed to seek out the code on the eeprom on the motherboard to verify that it is allowed to run a repair or install on the new equipment. So you may have to buy a new copy of Windows XP. Your memory will be good, but the power supply will not be good, or in the rare case when it is good, it may not have enough power for the new motherboard.
So expect to buy a new motherboard, a new CPU heatsink and fan, thermal paste, and a windows disk.
Or just buy a decent rebuilt Dell or HP or Gateway, and an external USB enclosure so you can rescue the data on the old eMachines drive and move it to the new or used drive. It will cost you less than the replacement board, power supply, and Windows.
 

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Thank you all for your posts here and help.
 

A:eMachine motherboard replacement HELP Please?

Emachines suck!!
I have an emachines and the motherboard died when the power supply went out. I can not buy the exact motherboard from emachines. There for I lost all my data on my hard drive since emachines has a license agreement with windows that wont allow the windows that came with the machine to run with any other mothboard then the one it came with. Best thing for me to do and what I would suggest to you is take the parts you have and build another computer and buy your own windows CD. These billion dollor companies love stickin it to us.........
 

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We need to replace the motherboard but not reformat the hard drive. The old motherboard is an FIC VG33 that uses intel 845GE chipset.

Emachines and Tiger Direct sell the replacement but it comes with a new power supply included and they want over $300.

Can I replace it with another motherboard as long as it uses the same chipset? Will we be able to reload windows using the disks that came with the emachines or will we have to buy a copy of XP?
 

A:Emachine T4697 motherboard replacement

The motherboard just failed... it was not destroyed by the power supply, but likely the other way round... the failed motherboard created a condition that destroyed the power supply.

The problem you will have is that although the hard drive is good, Windows will detect the change in hardware and will not load.
The 845GE is a good board, but the EEPROM is not tattooed to allow the eMachines recovery disc to work.

The best thing to do is get a decent WXPP system, then use the current eMachines drive as a slave to rescue the data.
If you wish to know more, I can send more details.
Otherwise, if eMachines still has the motherboard, that replacement will cost you $159.95 and will enable all to be restored. A decent power supply will cost significantly less. Measure your current failed power supply in millimeters, then find a new one the same size. Antec makes one that fits, as does Sparkle... both are excellent. There many be many others.
There are other ways to save a few dollars.
 

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A:Replacement Motherboard for emachine TS2385

because emachines is an OEM build, there is no guarantee that standard parts will fit or work properly. you can always try, though. there are still plenty of socket 478 boards out there that will aork with your processor. i recommend one of the asus p4p800 series motherboards, you'll probably have to use a micro ATX board to fit your case.
 

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A:Emachine T2865 Motherboard Replacement Question.

Any motherboard you get will be compatible because you might have to start fresh using only the computer's case. You will have to obtain a copy of XP or Vista because any eMachines discs will be useless. You will need to replace the power supply... If by chance, you find a board that will take your old processor and memory you will save some money there
 

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1: 160 Gb or bigger
2: is the existing board failing? If you replace it with a different make, type or model your restore CD will not work properly.
3: more rpm means faster drive access = better performance. 10000 rpm is about 30% faster than a 7200 rpm.
 

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A:Emachine T2200 Replacement Mobo

What is the entire specs of the system, such as the cpu, type and how much of ram, harddrive size, etc also how old was the system when the motherboard went out
 

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A:Need replacement eMachine T2825 mobo

My understanding is that the original OS won't install on any other mobo than an EMachine.
However, as long as you aren't stuck on Nvidia chipsets: http://www.newegg.com/product/product.aspx?item=n82e16813186029
 

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A:T2240 emachine video card replacement

Sounds like you dont have either a AGP slot or a PCI-E slot which means your stuck with a PCI card. and there are not a wide range of cards to choose from in PCI. Hooking up a PSU externally is both dangerous and impractical.
 

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A:Unknowing victim of emachine, board replacement, socket 754/478

Dude, get a grip. I know less about computers now than before I read your post.

I thought that socket 478 was Intel (Pentium Celeron), now I come to find out that it's AMD.

An AMD Sempron 3000 only comes in one speed, if it's another speed, then it has a different number.

All of the s*** you mention is beyond obsolete, so maybe it's time for a whole 'nuther computer. Please, I heartily suggest that you avoid attempting to build a machine, at least in your current state of mind.

I don't think that any of us here are really equipped to deal with the anxiety, angst, or incoherent and rambling thought patterns you have exhibited thus far, let alone what you're trying to pass off as sentence structure.

BTW, my Emachines T-5026 just reached its 5th birthday. If you'd like to check in and wish it many happy returns, (pun not intended), here's the link; http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic143315.html

I would argue that it is not really possible to be an "unknowing victim" of Emachines.

You bought it because it was cheap, cheap s*** breaks. So where's the surprise, the mystery, or the unpredictability?
 

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CD-RW
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Nice forum !

quick question I was wanting to know what type of motherboard be best to purchase for my Emachine, I looked at newegg, but no idea what to buy, and what kind of CPU Type I have and the socket type .

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A:Emachine motherboard

Well, just by what info you provided, it's 'probably' a socket 478, but that's just an educated guess. To find out for sure, go here:

http://www.lavalys.com/products/overview.php?pid=1&lang=en

download, and run. Then post the detailed specs of your machine. Then we'll be able to tell you exactly what you can use, and what you can't.

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A:Emachine - Bad Motherboard?

As to accessing the files, you may however if the drive in the failed system is ntfs, win9x does not "see" ntfs file systems.

Emachines use some pretty low end boards and they do fail.

Since you have already installed a new pw supply, the next item to suspect would be the board.

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A:I need a motherboard & PSU for a t1840 eMachine

fanderson:

Are you sure you need both a MB and PSU? I had a PSU go on my eMachine T3985. Bought a PSU tester and found it was bad.
PSU Tester from newegg.com:
COOLMAX PS-224 LCD Power Supply Tester $24

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A:Emachine T2865 PSU VS MOTHERBOARD?

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With regards to your problem, eMachines are known for having cheap PSU's that blow one day and often take out the motherboard on the way out.

Try this tutorial: Suspect a Dead PSU? How to be sure.

If the PSU fails the tutorial then try putting another one in and see if the PC boots. If it doesn't, then you need a new motherboard as well.
 

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Just have to keep on trying to see which one works. If you don't have the manual for system. I know some old HPs are like that when their PSU goes bad and you replace it with a new case and PSU.
 

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A:emachine new motherboard no sound

Have you checked to make sure the onboard sound is enabled in the bios?

Check device manager and see if there are any yellow marks in DM.
 

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read the FAQs under your nose. http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic62782.html

Before you replace any mobo, replace the PSU. For all that, you might as well get a quality computer and salvage your hard drives. Of course you'll need to reformat them.
 

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A:Need an eMachine FIC AM37 motherboard.

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A:Replacing a motherboard eMachine

motherboard

If the motherboard will work for 45, then get it. I know some computers have problems like you said when replacing the mobo, but even if It doesn't work, you can get oem xp for $92 and the mobo for $45 and you're still less than the "correct" mobo, and then you have the "real" version of xp, not the limited manufacturer's edition. Be sure to backup BEFORE you begin anything (reinstalling windows erases everything). If your going to replace the mobo, you should consider getting a more upgradeable motherboard than what you have. I think this motherboard would work with your existing components, while upgrading to dual channel memory availability, agp8x, etc. About $50
http://www.newegg.com/app/Showimage.../13-152-024-05.jpg&CurImage=13-152-024-03.JPG
Note that this motherboard requires an agp card to run a monitor(no built in graphics).
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http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=13-152-024&depa=1
 

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A:EMachine PSU Issue: Does it always take motherboard?

OH... and either way I think I have plenty of parts to salvage into something new.

The eMachine T3958 Specs:
CPU: Intel® Celeron® D 340 Processor
Operates at 2.93GHz
256KB L2 cache and 533MHz FSB
Chipset: Intel® 845GV chipset
Memory: 512MB DDR 333
Expandable to 2GB
Hard Drive: 80GB 7200rpm, 2MB cache
Optical Drive: DVD±RW, 16x Multi-Format double layer
Media Reader: 8-in-1 digital media manager
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64MB shared video memory
Sound: AC '97 audio

AND it came with an added DLink wireless ethernet card, so THAT is cool, too.

IF I need to replace PSU and mobo, does anyone have any suggestions on what would work well with the hardware? I don't need anything TOO fancy or with TOO much of anything.
 

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A:Emachine motherboard problem

lavalguy said:





I bought a emachine two years ago. Mother board fried. Luckily it was under guarantee and was replaced free of charge. Here we are two years later and all of a sudden i keep gettin a message(shut down due to cpu overheating). I bring the computer back to future shop where i bought it. They tell me once again mother board is finished. Guess what? guarantee is finished. So there goes at least a thousand bucks. My arguement is that they had changed this part already once. Shouldn't the guarantee be from the day they changed my mother board? for all i know, they could of replaced this with a used part or faulty part. Now i'm getting told by friends to just scrap the emachine and buy something new and better. Any advice out there on this problem?Click to expand...

The most expensive Emachine on the planet can be had for about 700 bucks, why would you even consider spending a thousand to fix one.
 

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deisable onboard

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Hi Zapster,

If you were refering to the CMOS battery when you wrote "onboard battery". I don't believe that is the problem. If the CMOS was bad your BIOS settings would not be saved, but it should still boot. Even though the fan spins, you may have a power supply problem. I would make sure all the connections in the computer are secure, make sure the memory is seated correctly and in the correct slots, then try booting again. If you are not able to boot then I would try another power supply or systemboard. I hope this helps.

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A:Emachine T5088 motherboard problem!

The motherboard is fried. Buying the exact motherboard will be expensive, and doing this, may or may not require you to buy a new OS install disc

This looks like a good deal:
eMachines Motherboard replacement
 

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Hi Korwatt and welcome to TSG.

Click this link to download a manual for your motherboard http://www.findlaptopdriver.com/acer/Acer-DA061L-3D-M-B-Motherboard-Manual.zip

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A:Replacement Motherboard

What are you wanting to know?

The Asus is discontinued, so they can't replace it. And based on current prices, the Gigabyte is more expensive.

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A:Which replacement motherboard?

You are not going to find any new socket A type boards any longer. If you want to stay with that cpu, then you would need to buy one used. You might find a deal on an old board from a local shop OR you can try ebay. One big problem is that boards from that era, almost all used the same bad caps. If you do find one, you may have the same problem down the road.

FWIW I would just get a modern motherboard, cpu, ram, and pw supply and be done with the issue. Note unless you buy a board with onboard video, you will need a new video card as well.
 

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A:Motherboard Replacement

You need to look at the motherboard you have and find out the manufacturer and model number. It should be silk screened on the motherboard. It is very possibly an ECS or PcChips motherboard, as Gateway and Emachines (same company) are famous for using. And see if you can find one new at New Egg or some place like that.

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A:Motherboard Replacement

It's a trap. You can probably use almost any Am2 motherboard but if you don't buy it from HP where it will be at least 4 times what it is worth, then you will wind up buying a new copy of Windows because your restore disks will only work with an HP supplied motherboard. So you can see what they have but most likely you will be better off using the components, buying a new case, motherboard and copy of Windows.
 

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A:Motherboard replacement

Those are not Dell part numbers so I cannot speak to them. The Dell motherboard part numbers for the 13 year old Dimension 4600 are =HY008, Northwood CPUsXM970, Prescott CPUs
But finding them on the internet may be an issue.

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Plz Help!!!
 

A:Motherboard replacement help !

It is a faster configuration compared to your current Pentium 4 PC and the graphics support is light years ahead compared to your old Intel 845 graphics controller. You can use the stock heatsink/cooler that comes with the APU which is sufficient. But one thing you should keep in mind that the configuration is pretty basic and wont perform great on demanding applications and can be used best for light load usage like word processing, Internet browsing etc. Since the AMD APU had good graphics hardware you can enjoy HD videos too without issues. For such a low price it is a worthy replacement if you cant go with a more capable hardware like Core i3 platform which costs close to 3 times than the Combo you said. Also add 8 GB of DDR3 RAM to make sure every thing perform maximum possible.
 

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A:Motherboard Replacement

If the sole problem that is making you consider all of this is the USB controller, you can buy a good, 4-port USB PCI card for less than $20.
 

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A:Motherboard replacement?

Most likely no. Big box systems like dell, hp, etc use proprietary parts. That is they are made to the system builders specs NOT standard atx type specs.

While a standard atx type board might "work" it may also have problems lining up with the existing case.

FWIW socket 939 is pretty old technology and IMO NOT worth putting any money into. In addition ebay is about the last place to buy parts.
 

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A:Motherboard Replacement

If the motherboard is the same, then it shouldn't require a reinstall, or re-activation, although a change in MAC address can trigger the latter anyhow

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A:replacement motherboard?

If he is trying to get you to buy from him I might be a little leary. Although if he is telling you this with the knowledge you are going to buy elsewhere he maybe being straight with you. What is the freeze problem you are experiencing?
 

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A:Need Replacement Motherboard

Hockeydude said:





The only real question I need answered is that say I find a mobo on newegg that says it supports DDR2 1200 memory standard. Will it support my 4GB of DDR2 MH800?Click to expand...

For your only real question, DDR2 800 Should work on mobos supporting DDR2 1200. As for whether it supports 4GB or not the specifications page of the product you choose should answer the question.
 

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A:Possible motherboard replacement

Here's the Manual: Service Manual If you try to go Intel you will need to buy a motherboard, and a processor and a heatsink/fan.  If you go AMD all you need is the motherboard since your cooling fan/heatsink can be ported over, and the processor is soldered to the board.  This is the motherboard you want: System board (includes replacement thermal materials): For use only with models with an AMD A6-5200 processor ? Models with Windows 8 Standard 730670-501 ? Models with Windows 8 Professional 730670-601 I am going to assume you have Windows standard.  HP does not have the A6 AMD board in the store....they only have the A4 board and it is stupid expensive: https://parts.hp.com/hpparts/Search_Results.aspx?mscssid=AE6D55D28A8C42CE89A8C049F3D07655&SearchIn=PartNumber&SearchPN=730671-501 Since you do not have one to exchange, it is going to cost close to $500. I can find you a good used Intel 250 G1 for that price.  You can find the board for $67 on eBay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-255-G1-Laptop-Motherboard-AMD-A-Series-A4-5000-1-50-GHz-730671-501-TESTED-/291792328450?hash=item43f02d9702:g:298AAOSwM4xXYC9Q I know you wanted something a bit more powerful but the A4 will be a major improvement over what you have. The seller laptopaid, is one of the best on eBay for this kind of thing. I can't count how much stuff I have purchased from them.  Post back if you need any more help. The Manual shows just how to replace the motherboard. Port your fan, memory, wireless card over. You will have to reinstall original Windows but the motherboard has a Key Code embedded in the BIOS and will just activate. If your hard drive still has the original HP install it should activate itself when first connected to the internet but be prepared if necessary to do a system restore. If this is "the Answer" please click "Accept as Solution" to help others find it.    

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A:Replacement Motherboard

Your spec's say you have a Asus, not a Foxconn.

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A:Replacement MotherBoard

Would this be the one?

http://www.mercury-pc.com/product-detail.php?productid=742
 

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A:Replacement motherboard

the only way to find that board is used, or direct from Dell, si i would just find a pentium 4 board that is as close to your board as possible, and replace it with that?

other than that im not quite sure, but feel free to message me and i will get ahold of some people and see what we can come up with...
 

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A:motherboard replacement!

Hi, This is a very old computer, its cost can be very cheap but can be very expensive. Please use part number on page 4-37 of the 14th manual on the following link:            http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Pavilion-dv7-Entertainment-Notebook-PC-series/4074368/model/4... You can buy from:       http://partsurfer.hp.com/showcart.aspx or try Amazon Regards.  

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A:Need help a replacement motherboard

About the only place you will find a 939 board these days is ebay or at a computer shop that deals in used hardware. For less than $150 you can get an AM3 board Athlon II X2 and 4GB DDR3 If you want to go that route.
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A:IBM p4 motherboard replacement

any Intel based 865PE board should work. the kicker is the IBM provided XP is not going to install on a regular Mobo since it is going to look at the bios on the board see it isnt IBM and refuse to install. but for the price IBM is asking you can buy a nice Asus P4P800 SE (Intel 865PE chipset) AND a OEM copy of XP pro for about 230.00
 

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A:Replacement Motherboard

youre going to need more info, is pc running?, if so download and run Everest Home Edition, do a google, this will tell you info you will need to look for stuff. what are you planning on upgrading?, that old case will not support new hardware.
 

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A:Motherboard Replacement

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A:HP motherboard replacement

Yes HP will do paid out of warranty service but it is very expensive. Your best bet is to procure the motherboard and either do it yourself, which I understand most people do not want to do or take it to a local independent service shop. Expect the whole thing to cost perhaps $200-300. HP would charge at the top end if that range or perhaps slightly more. I do not speck for them however so you should call. They will quote you a price for motherboard replacement. If you want to try self-help post back and we can locate you a motherboard but we will also need to know the country you live in,

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A:Motherboard replacement

Basically any socket 775 micro Atx board will fit but will it boot? You have to see if the front jumpers (power, reset, hard drive led etc are one plug or a series of loose wires to attach because if it is one plug, you will never get it to start. The other issue is change the board and you have to buy Windows as you cannot use the HP restore disks on a new motherboard which won't contain the bios switch to allow that and is illegal anyway.
 

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A:motherboard replacement

Hi, The following links shows specs of your machine:     http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c02861753 And it uses PC board (motherboard part number   653087-001 as shown:     http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?SearchText=LW259UA Now you are trying to use a TOTALLY different motherboard and different CPU that why it won't fit .  636375 is not a complete part number. Asuming it is 636375-001,  there are 98 models/products use this board including many g6's:     http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?SearchText=636375-001 Regards.

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A:Looking for a replacement motherboard

Something like this would do the Job
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/161010
(I am assuming that you mean Pentium 4 2.8GHz)
 

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I have a comp. with an ASUS PSN-MX motherboard and it needs to be replaced. I couldn't find one online. Any recommendations on another mobo that would work in place of this one on a small budget?
 

A:Motherboard replacement

You sure it's not the ASUS P5N-MX you're talking about? there's plenty of them online, just type it in Google.
 

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I got a Sony Vaio PCV-RS 420 it wont beep or boot.
Think I need a new Motherboard ASUS P4SD-VX or alternative.
I have 4 2GB total 333MHZ PC-2700 DDR DIMM RAM. (need 4 slots)
And a Intel pentium 4 Processor.
Need onboard ethernet port.
can someone direct link me to something on newegg or anything.
thanks
 

A:Motherboard Replacement?

http://cgi.ebay.com/Asus-P4SD-VX-P4...-865-RARE_W0QQitemZ320290105267QQcmdZViewItem
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-replacement.744390/
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I have a Dell XPS/Dimension XPS Gen 2 computer that needs a motherboard. I have contacted Dell support and they will sell me a new one for $170 that is an exact replacement. Is there a way to upgrade the motherboard or am I stuck with having to replace it with the original? I am running Windows XP. The processor is 3.0G, 512, 800FSB.
 

A:motherboard replacement

You will have to do a lot of research on that current motherboard in order to make sure you get one that is compatible.

I would call back DELL and ask them if the one they are offerening you is a refurb or is it brand new? Dell has a habit of selling refurb parts.

Also ask them for the make/model number of the motherboard and I can help you do some research if you like?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-replacement.644701/
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Hi, I bought a HP ENVY - 15t Laptop G0T95AV on September 2014.The laptop stopped suddenly couple of days ago andsince then it stopped working completely.The LED light glows when connected with the power supply bit on pressing the power key nothing happens.I tried to repair it but they said the motherboard is difficult to find. Can you please tell me the estimated price of the motherboard? Or should I buy a new laptop?  

A:Motherboard replacement

Hi, HP Envy 15t is a CTO machine, I can't find G0T95AV (zero) and GOT95AV (letter O - oh). Please check again, what is it ? Regards.

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Boot-and-Lockup/Motherboard-replacement/td-p/5702424
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Hello Everyone I am taking advantage of Christmas Motherboard/HD help please replacement lol and gonna treat myself to some sort of upgrade to my PC Problem is I have no clue how to tell which part needs it the most gt lt my Motherboard or Hard drive and if i should even bother if they are not broke Like they say quot Motherboard/HD replacement help please If it ain t broke leave it alone quot lol My Pc is a HP Pavilion a y today i saw a Seagate Barracuda GB Hard Drive - Motherboard/HD replacement help please MB Serial ATA- for I currently have a ST- A Barracuda GB Ultra ATA I have no clue on differance between Ultra Ata and Serial Ata- or whats even compatible Motherboard/HD replacement help please or what i need to look for My motherboard is currently a ASUS P SD-LA which i think HP calls it a Yale-UL E Heres the link i found for more specs http h www hp com ewfrf wc document docname c amp lc en amp cc us amp man lang zh-hant amp dlc amp product amp printable no Any help would be appreciated to give me a clue on how severly outdated these are and if they could surely use a upgrade or are they ok for another year or two One question i had is is there a way to move everything from HD to a new one or will i have to reinstall everything including OS And will i have to do the same with a new MB Well thank you again nbsp

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My motherborad is not functioning suddenly. As this motherboard is not available in my country of residance, is it possible to replace the motherborad by any other models? Thanks 

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Motherboard-replacement/td-p/5700410
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My 1200 Athelon PC bit the dust on the hottest day this summer.
I assumed a heat problem and replaced the heat-sink and fan on the motherboard-didn't help.
I replaced the power supply a 350) with new one (a 450) didn't help.
PC is now at the repair shop-I am assuming the worst and expect a choice of a new PC with my old hard drives moved over or a new motherboard and chipsets.
What cost range should replacing the motherboard and chips be?

The existing PC has 3 1/2 and 5 1/4 (yea no comments) and a 20 gig HD plus a 120 gig added, a scanner and 2 printers.
I am hoping to salvage the info from both the hard drives. Maybe ghost the 20 and move the 120 to whatever system I end up with.
Any opinions would be appreciated.
 

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I'll be replacing a faulty desktop MOBO (Intel D945PVS) with an Intel DG965WH , upgrading processor (Pentium D) with Core 2 Duo but keeping all other components intact including installed full retail version of Vista Home Premium on HDD #1 (C:\) and data on HDD's #2 & #3. Can anyone tell me what to expect upon initial bootup ? Will Vista recognize the HDDs & automatically boot off the boot drive or do I have to boot up using the Vista software ? Should I keep HDD 2&3 disconnected initially ? Has anyone had any experience with this before ?
 

A:Motherboard/Processor replacement

Experience with this? Lots of it.

Chances the installed OS will boot off another board are very, very, very unlikely. And even if it does, you'll have sporadic run problems until you do a clean install of the OS on the new board.

Exceptions to this rule: Exact replacement board.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-processor-replacement.769465/