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Replace motherboard in laptop help please.


Best Answer mrpooh3 , 28 September 2017 - 10:18 AM

Hi phillpower2,apologies for the late reply.I have had no internet access lately.I managed to fix the laptop so the issue is resolved.When I go to build a desktop I will start a new thread.cheers! Go to the full post »


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Hi mrpooh3,

 

Notebook CMOS batteries are quite often held in place by a sticky pad but mainly when they are the wired type that you plug into a header on the MB, the worse type are the ones that are soldered into the MB, thankfully there are not too many of those around these days.

 

Not pestering anyone at all  but can I ask that when you are ready to start the parts list that you start a new thread specific to the build, thanks  :)

 

Good idea sharing the photos btw  :thumbsup:


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Not heard back from you mrpooh3, do you still require assistance or is the issue now resolved, an update would be appreciated.


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Hi phillpower2,

apologies for the late reply.

I have had no internet access lately.

I managed to fix the laptop so the issue is resolved.

When I go to build a desktop I will start a new thread.

cheers!


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Hi mrpooh3,

 

Thanks for the update, pleased to hear that all is now well with the notebook, a job well done on your behalf and thanks for letting us know so we could mark your thread as solved  :thumbsup:

 

Will look out for your build thread  :)


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