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by tmt_sss / May 25, 2005 11:09 AM PDT

Hi everybody:

I have a HP Pavilion ZT3000 notebook computer and the motherboard went down so... Can I use another motherboard or I need to use the original replacement because... I don't feel like paying $750 for it from HP.
Thanks

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Iffy.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / May 25, 2005 11:16 AM PDT
In reply to: Motherboard

Look up notefix.com and ikenfixit.com and ask them for a number. Some find such on Ebay.

Bob

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Video cards..
by ikenfixit / May 25, 2005 11:27 PM PDT
In reply to: Iffy.

I believe this is the twin model number to the X1000 Compaq.. If so your issue is most likely the video card. Try pressing the F-8, 7, and 8 keys to apply pressure to reseat the card, Then try to re-boot. If it comes on you have this problem. Weve been getting a ton of these and they are going to be a big problem soon. The video cards warp causing them to pull slightly from the sockets and can cause intermittent boot issues as well as video dropping out and random shutdowns. We designed a plate to sandwich the replacement card and stop future warpage. If you need more help contact us back, You can buy a replacement Radeon card for 239.00 shipped but the issue will re-occur after about about the same ammt of time. Good luck!

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