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DrMrLordX

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I doubt a computer repair shop will be able to fix the board. They definitely wouldn't bother with it. Looks like the board has a value of around $20 on eBay.
 

meganin

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I doubt a computer repair shop will be able to fix the board. They definitely wouldn't bother with it. Looks like the board has a value of around $20 on eBay.
so true ya.. but i wanted to repair it and keep it as back up.. i just changed ram speed.. messed it up.. ..i just had it for 2 years i guess.. sad about it lol.. but ya in my country.. they would just wont even bother.. and just chill saying.. its done and get a new board.. they dont like challenges..
 

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