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07-26-2012 03:19 PM
I wish I knew this system has a failure problem with the motherboard before I spent $1,200 in 2009. Now I'm stuck with this piece of junk with no help from HP. Add my name to the list of TX2500 motherboard failure. It so sad that it only cost a guy on Youtube less than $25 to repair his system, but HP will not even acknowledge it has a problem. I wish we all could create a class action suit for repair because $1,200 is a lot of money to spend on a computer that only works for 2-years. I will never buy another HP system. I have a Lenovo and they immediately notified me that the system has an overheating problem and repaired it "immediately" onsite. Now that's customer service.
I plan to file a compliant with the FCC
02-17-2013 04:22 PM
no hablo ingles pero esto del idioma no es problema esta maquina colega viene con un procesador amd ati de terminal 026 ya existe un ma familia de gente honesta que hace ese tipo de reparaciones solo tienes que buscar en tu pais se llama reballing la tecnica que no es mas de colocar soldadura nueva a tu procesador para que asi funciones de buena manera puedes buscar en google reballing y colocas tu ciudad:
02-17-2013 04:24 PM
I do not speak English language but this is not a problem this machine colleague comes with an AMD 026 ati terminal already a family ma honest people making such repairs may only have to look at your country is called reballing technique not welding is placed over your new processor features so that good way you can search google and put your city reballing