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Old 6th April, 2006, 07:56 PM
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Can I get a board repaired?

Hey guys have an 8rgm3i sitting here that wont output video through the on-board, agp, or pci slots.... I was wondering would epox be able to diagnose the problem and repair the board for me, or is it just a paperweight now?
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anyone know if they do this kind of work? or of some place that does for a decent price?
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I'm sure Epox can repair the board, but I have no idea what they'd charge. I don't know what Epox's policy is, but I would expect that they have a flat-rate repair fee for out of warranty boards.
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alright thanks I just submitted a customer support ticket, hopefully I'll hear back shortly
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It'd prolly be better to have your local ma&pa computer seller take a look at the m'board. I'm just sayin'.
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i honestly dont know of any computer shops that know anything about the workings of a pc around here
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i've got the same probs with the mobo in the IDICase. it's a M22A or something like that

EDIT: Mine's a ASRock M266A. but it's not an epox mobo
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Ain't that the truth too freakin often? To hell in a hand-basket I tells ya.
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Old 30th April, 2006, 08:55 AM
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i might help you with that , if the mother board is beeping but giving no display , this isnt so bad , try removing the battery for a few minutes and put it back again or try removing memory and put it back again but if the motherboard isnt beeping at all (while the cpu is on it) thats a bit harder you might need to reflash the bios and in this state the only way to do it is on an external flasher you might find one at the professional pc repair shops thats the majority of the motherboards issues
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