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Replacement Motherboard for Dell XPS T600

by abbottdg / November 16, 2004 9:41 AM PST

Have been advised that there is not help for my dying XPS but would like to know if there is a suitable replacement motherboard.

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Re: Replacement Motherboard for Dell XPS T600
by Willy / November 16, 2004 12:12 PM PST

I wouldn't hold too much hope on a Dell system to install some generic mtrbd. It *maybe* possible but Dell usually by its own insidious design has proven its best to start anew with generic parts(DIY) and leave Dell behind. Unless, someone points to a source to do this. But, you could repair using Dell parts your orginal if you really really really want to or buy yet another used XPS T600 from some vendor source. The choice is yours...

good luck Happy -----Willy

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My comment. Bow to the inevitable and get a case too.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 16, 2004 8:37 PM PST

Some Dells not only had custom cases, but the power supply was truly their own. For what you will be paying out, a new case/PSU will make it easy to house your new motherboard and what other parts you want to move over.

Bob

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