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Replacement USB to Motherboard Connector

Q: Replacement USB to Motherboard Connector

Hi All,

I recently sleeved all the cables in my computer case and in the process, I ended up breaking the plastic USB connector (pictured below) for my computers front panel. I figured I could just order an extra connector but after searching for quite sometime, I cannot find anything.

Would anyone happen to know if these little plastic connectors can actually be purchased or what they are even called? I get a feeling that they have a specific name which is why my search is revealing nothing. Any help would be much appreciated. Feel free to let me know if you need anymore details or have any questions.

Thanks in advance,
JackALope

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A: Replacement USB to Motherboard Connector

Is this what you are looking for ?


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http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/347187-replacement-usb-motherboard-connector.html
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A:Replacement DC-in connector compatibility

 Hi, Includes the cable harness attached to the connector, check te page 66: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04653881

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Replacement-DC-in-connector-compatibility/td-p/5809992
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Need a motherboard here too

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A:no vga connector on motherboard.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/no-vga-connector-on-motherboard.816837/
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http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/ca/en...-80443628.html

See picture.

A:Motherboard Pin Connector

Hello Kelvin,

Yes, you would connect the new 24-pin PSU connection to the board with all 24 pins. Depending on the PSU you get, it may a one piece 24-pin or 20+4 pin connection. Here's some more detailed information about the ATX motherboard standard and 24-pin connections to help out more with this.

ATX - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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A:AUX connector on Motherboard

But why would you want to?

The audio connection is only normally used for analogue sound, and thats rarely needed these days. All sound streams from a DVD are usually digital, and carried with the IDE data cable to the best of my knowledge.

I certainly do not connect the audio from the DVD and have no problems.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/aux-connector-on-motherboard.249930/
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A:Using a 20+4 pin connector with a 24 Pin Motherboard

I'm faily sure that that wont work!! You can however buy an adapter to do the job!!!!
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/using-a-20-4-pin-connector-with-a-24-pin-motherboard.62938/
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A:PSU with no 4-pin connector to motherboard

What does the Corsair TX850 manual say ? Is there a 8pin split connector coming out of the PSU ?

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A:MSI Motherboard - JPW1 Connector

Sure here is one retailer who has what you need

http://shop.store.yahoo.com/directron/p4atx.html
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/msi-motherboard-jpw1-connector.311655/
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A:VGA Connector works on motherboard, but not on GPU

You're trying to plug a VGA cable in ? Are you sure you're not trying to plug either a DVI, HDMI or Display Port cabeles. I have 2 Geforce GTX 760's in my pc and neither have VGG input on them. I really doubt the GTX 77's, 780's or Titan's do eitherTry a new DVI cable, preferably one that is dual-link and see what happenswhen you plug it into the lower DVI slot on your GTX 77 (it has 2). The top one is for DVI single-link cable's. Dual-Link one's look better.

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A:[email protected]#$%^&* need on this small connector on my motherboard

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A:Burned connector between motherboard and psu

I would guess the power supply has problems if you have melted wires, but that may have also messed up the motherboard, as a motherboard is more sensitive than a power wire. Did you test any other voltages? Sometimes just one voltage goes wacky, while the others are ok. If your 4pin connector is fried though then I'd think it was putting way too much voltage out at some time.

A power supply would be about $40.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817104953

A motherboard would be about $110
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16813131545



I'd probably replace the power supply first, and if that fixes the problem, good, but if not then replace the motherboard as well. Hopefully it didn't also mess up the cpu or ram or anything, or it could get very expensive.





amber light ? Blinking amber indicates a problem with an installed device; solid amber indicates an internal power problem (Click to expand...

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim8400/SM/specs.htm#wp1052308

Read this as well concerning light colors/meanings.
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim8400/SM/adtshoot.htm#wp1053720
 

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A:Motherboard POwer Connector Help!?

Yes you need to plug in both. There are adapters that convert the 4 pin Molex to a 4 pin 12V connector. Try a google search.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-power-connector-help.980129/
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A:Motherboard power connector

Just checking but did you also plug in the P4 12V ATX connector on the motherboard?
 

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A:ASUS P4T motherboard and AUX power connector

From that article, I take that it can work without it.
I have an old psu that has a power lead like that, but it's only 230w.
Maybe some psus still have that connector.

Edit: I found one psu that has the 6pin aux connector. Fortron 350w
http://www.newegg.com/Product/ShowI...350-60PN-R1 ATX12V 350W Power Supply - Retail
It's on the right of the pic.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817104966

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16817103908
 

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A:Motherboard 9-Pin Front-Panel Connector

If the motherboard requires a 2 pin connector and the case manufacturer supplies a 3 pin connector just take the pins out of the connector and place them next to one another in the connector. There is a little tab on the connector you can lift up and slide the pin out. It's hard to explain here, but once you look at it closely you will see what I mean.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-9-pin-front-panel-connector.100064/
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A:Motherboard/Power Supply main connector

You wont do any damage, possibly won't power up.
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/motherboard-power-supply-main-connector.787904/
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A:Safe to use ATX PSU on a motherboard with an EATX power connector?

EATX is a form factor (12"x13") not a power connector. I'm assuming you are talking about using a PSU with a 20 pin (old ATX) connector with a newer motherboard that has a 24 pin (current ATX) connector. If that is the case you will need to consult your motherboard's manual. Some 24 pin boards run fine with only 20 pins some don't. The issue is that each pin in only rated to carry a certain amount of current (Amps). If you overload one of these pins your risk burning or melting the ATX connector on either the PSU, Motherboard, or both.
 

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A:Brand new XPS 8900, motherboard USB3.0 connector issue

On mine I unplugged the motherboard end and routed it bent 90 degrees and under the card.  To do this I had to unplug it and leave it unplugged while I routed the cable flat.  Then inserted a GTX960 and screwed the card holder back in.  With the cable pinned down by the card in the back I replugged it into the motherboard.   I agree this cable is too short.  Unfortunately the motherboard connector is microscopic pins which are easily bent or broken off.  While I did this once I would not recommend doing it again.  Its not a standard 20 pin USB3 front panel connector.  
Worse Still the 8900 service manual DOES NOT SHOW Actual pictures of the inside of an 8900.
The black usb cable to the blue 20 pin micro connector on the motherboard is not shown in any pictures.

 
 

http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19984084
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Are you looking for the ASUS Q-Connector?

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A:Connecting 2x2 connector from power supply into motherboard shorts everything out?

If you don't own a power supply tester take your tower to a local shop and have them test the power supply. Even if the power supply tests good, have them "jump" a known good power supply to the board and see if the problem continues.

I have people bring towers in quite often for testing. It takes 20-30 minutes and the cost should be minimal perhaps $25-$30. You need to find out if your problem is with the power supply or the motherboard.
 

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A:24 Volt connector wont fully connect to Motherboard

I think it is not 24 volts. it is a 24-pin(also labelled as 20+4pin) , 12volts main power connector.
the slots are designed so that the power connector will slide into the slot to form like a 'lock and key'. to remove it.
see to it that the power connector is inserted in the right direction as shown in the pics (towards the side):


edit, any moderator: please delete this post.
(my second post to this thread is more 'presentable')
 

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A:Solved: New Motherboard + Front Panel Connector Confusion

Most probably should work by:
MIC-IN to pin 1,
MIC BIAS to pin 3,
GROUND to pin 2,
SPKOUT R to pin 5,
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RETURN L to pin 10.

Please don't mark threads solved if they aren't, less people will wander to the thread if it looks like no further help is needed.
 

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en.community.dell.com/.../19586001

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http://www.txcesssurplus.com/servlet/the-8929/Dell-M884G-Precision-T3500/Detail

 

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A:Calling all experienced hacker I accidently pulled plastic connector off motherboard

Hi

its not a hacker you need, its a motherboard from ebay....
 

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Did you order the motherboard from Dell ?

I`d call them

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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: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: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.

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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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A:Looking for a replacement motherboard

Something like this would do the Job
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/161010
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/looking-for-a-replacement-motherboard.906351/
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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.

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A:Which replacement motherboard?

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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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Running Windows XP Pro

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Grateful thank you.
 

A:Replacement MotherBoard

Would this be the one?

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

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/replacement-motherboard.955563/
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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:Replacement Motherboard

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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: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.

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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: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: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:Motherboard Replacement?

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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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Greetings,
 
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Product #:   A3G47AV
Serial # :   [personal information removed]
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Thanks

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ibm wants $300 for motherboard is there any other inexpensive compatible motherboard i can replace it with.

thanks in advance for your help




 

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: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: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

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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.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131724

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128542
 

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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

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
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http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19982777
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A:Replacement Motherboard

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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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http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Replacement-motherboard-and-cpu/td-p/5811673
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A:motherboard replacement!

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A:Motherboard replacement concerns

installing windows is always a pain in the ***- no matter what system you put it on. You can reuse your old windows copy but you'll need to get a new key from M$. It will prompt you to call a 1-800 #. XP is only licensed for one machine at a time.

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sell the XP CPU- there's a high demand on ebay for it.

sell the video card

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A:Windows XP after a Replacement Motherboard

Hi Randy.

Have you tried to do an XP repair installation? Or, if possible, boot to safe mode and uninstall the drivers from there.

Steve
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-xp-after-a-replacement-motherboard.218996/
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A:Motherboard replacement questions

if you get an AM2/AM3 motherboard you wont be able to use your CPU. and yes you will need to reinstall your OS when replacing the motherboard.

Motherboard GIGABYTE GA-MA78LM-S2H $59.99
CPU AMD Athlon II X2 240 Regor 2.8GHz $56.99
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if this over your budget let me know
 

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After you replaced the motherboard, you need to repopulate the TPM with new information regarding the encryption of the hard disk.
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I haven't done it, but there should be no need to re-install Windows.

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http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/172025-asus-motherboard-replacement.html