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Laptop Toshiba Satellite L355D-S7901


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Friedrich Schnellinger

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Hello. We have a broken Toshiba laptop (Satellite L355D-S7901) and we want to replace its motherboard, but we can't identify the motherboard. Without a name, we don't have a place to start the search. Does anyone know the name of that motherboard? Here's the information sticker: AMD Turion X2 Dual-Core Mobile Processor RM-72, 3GB SDRAM
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V000148140

 

appears to be the PN per:

 

https://www.ebay.com/c/1667898706

 

however I see the same PN on what they claim is an intel board at:

 

https://www.ebay.com...0-/174165933260

 

Looking at the specs for the thing I personally wouldn't waste any money fixing it.  Came with Vista and max memory is only 4 GB and it's two generations behind (DDR2).  You can get a used Win 7 laptop pretty cheap these days.  Saw a working one advertised locally for $25.  Easy enough to get a cheap USB to SATA adapter  (bought one on Newegg last month for $7) and use it to pull off the data.


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Alright, cool, thanks. We still gonna try to get that motherboard because getting a new laptop is just too out of our reach, we're in a 3rd world country.


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