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Old 01-07-2010, 03:56 PM   #1
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Hello there.
My sister somehow destroyed motherboard on her notebook MSI EX610,and she needs to replace it.I'm in need to discover,which motherboard is compatible with this notebook,or how can i discover which motherboard is compatible with this notebook.
The only thing i found is board MSI-12221 Laptop Motherboard 607-12221-020,but I'm really not sure about it's compatibility.

I've been googling for all day,but found almost nothing (actually,nothing useful),and I started to be pretty desperate..
Thank you for help.

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[code]Processor AMD Athlon X2 TK-55,RAM 3072MB (2G+1G) DDRII 667MHz,250GB HDD (5400rpm) SATA,graphic card ATI Radeon HD2400 128 MB.
And that's all,i didn't even found what type of motherboard is defaultly installed in this notebook..
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Old 01-07-2010, 04:00 PM   #2
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Manufacturer or EBay is about the only place for laptop Mobo's.
Are you certain the Mobo needs replaced?



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Old 01-07-2010, 05:03 PM   #3
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But first I need 2 know,what mb i should buy.That's what I'm asking.
Totally.
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The bad thing about lap tops is you can't put any motherboard in it other then the one it was shipped with since the lay out is diffrent. In order to replace it you will have to find another of the same model and ebay seems to only have the batteries. I would get ahold of msi and see what they say about it, other then that I don't know what to sudgest.
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So you say I could turn at MSI with this whole problem?
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The bad news is, yes. You will have to contact msi to see about another motherboard.
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Well,I just discovered some new infos,what,I hope will iluminate this weird problem (i haven't been in touch with my sister for few days,and before,she didn't tell me everything about the problem,so..)

If I understood well,the notebook fall on the ground,and jack for dc adapter was smashed.After change of the adapter,juice doesn't get into battery,so even if it's working on battery,it's discharged and it's unable to turn itself on.
Well,as I've been informed,the cause of all issues are somewhere between jack and battery-on the motherboard.

It got too complicated for me,'cause I don't know if there is any way how to fix this,except changing whole mb,or something..
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