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Issue with GTX 1050 not working at all

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A few days ago a spilt liquid onto the back of my laptop. I took all the appropriate steps in the aftermath, such as turning it off, opening up the back of the case and letting it dry for 2 days. The only damage seems to be to the GTX 1050.  Device Manager gives an error of Code 43. I have tried uninstalling the driver and updating it through Device Manager and NVidia themselves with no result. GeForce Experience will not open either. The integrated Intel Graphics does still work though. So I am led to assume that the card itself has been totally broken. What are my options in terms of repairing or replacing the card?

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@FredLo wrote:

.... GeForce Experience will not open either. The integrated Intel Graphics does still work though. So I am led to assume that the card itself has been totally broken. What are my options in terms of repairing or replacing the card?.


@FredLo 

 

Unfortunately there is NO option to repair or replacing the video card. You have to buy the whole System board which has


   (a) Motherboard,

   (b) CPU / Processor

   (c) dGPU (in this case the GTX 1050),

   (d) New Windows license (you can't reuse old license)


Because all 4  above components are on one piece of hardware called System board.

 

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banhien
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@FredLo wrote:

.... GeForce Experience will not open either. The integrated Intel Graphics does still work though. So I am led to assume that the card itself has been totally broken. What are my options in terms of repairing or replacing the card?.


@FredLo 

 

Unfortunately there is NO option to repair or replacing the video card. You have to buy the whole System board which has


   (a) Motherboard,

   (b) CPU / Processor

   (c) dGPU (in this case the GTX 1050),

   (d) New Windows license (you can't reuse old license)


Because all 4  above components are on one piece of hardware called System board.

 

Regards.

BH
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