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Tempo1
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Which motherboard to replace original burned out board using original hardware where possible

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Pavilion p7-1010a running Cleveland GL8 motherboard
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

My Cleveland GL8 motherboard is fried and needs to be replaced but is no longer available so Im looking for a replacement that will use the original hardware (video card, Ram DDR3, i7, LGA1155, Intel H67) I know stuff all about such things so Im asking you tech experts for recommendations please

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Greetings,

Welcome to the forum.

I am not a HP employee.

 

Have you tried eBay?

 

The H67 chipset on this motherboard was released in Q1'11.

 

It is going to be very hard to find a replacement board for your chassis; other refurbished manufacturer motherboards may not fit correctly or some of the front panel connections may not work.

 

Plus the HP OEM Windows 7 factory recovery media may not work or W7 will not activate.

 

Regards

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Thanks for the reply, Ive been looking for something to fit it but had no luck so far. Truly I have no idea about your comment regarding the chipset or  what to do about that. It seems a waste to have to replace this PC in it's entirety since its been very good

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Hi Tempo1,

 

Your motherboard is around nine years old.

 

It will be very difficult to find a replacement motherboard (MB).

 

You will have to find a refurbished MB.

 

Regards

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Thanks for your info       I started by looking to buy new, then looked for refurb but still I cant find anything to make this work. At this point Im happy to get anything to make the PC run again. 

                                                         

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