|02-04-2010, 02:57 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2009
motherboard replacement for lenovo
Alright guys, I don't know too much about computers, but my Lenovo 'think pad' will not charge. After speaking with a couple of technicians they have agreed that its not the charger that is the problem but more so the motherboard. Somebody gave me this computer and it seems pretty old so i doubt there is still a warranty on it. and now i need to decide between whether i should repair/replace the motherboard or sell this computer for parts and get a better one. What should I do? and also how much would lenovo parts be worth. I have about 600 dollars to waste on a computer and I would actually like another lenovo. Could i call this company and ask them to trade in my current computer and they can give me a discount on a new one or something. I need suggestions, I am in college and can't do without a computer.
|02-04-2010, 05:02 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Byram, NJ
There might be an easier way to fix it. If you know how to solder you can put a new power box on the board itself. The only issue is that you have to take the entire machine apart to do it, and it will probably cost about $150 in labor if someone else does it for you. The part is probably only like 30 bucks. A new board will probably run about $100-$150, depending. If you give me the model# I can give you a better idea.
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