Dell :: M1330 Replace The Motherboard With The Integrated X3100 Motherboard

Dec 14, 2009

One of my mates has a dead M1330. I told him about the "oven" trick but his wife might hurt the both of us. It is however possible to replace the motherboard with the integrated X3100 motherboard correct?

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Dell :: Replace The Motherboard With M1710 Motherboard

Oct 4, 2007

I have xps gen 2 with a faulty video card and i was wondring if its possible to replace the motherboard with M1710 motherboard so i can fit my 7900 gs video card in it and put all the other hardware parts for the xps gen2 motherboard to the M1710 motherboard in the XPS Gen2 palmrest ... so can u please give me some hints if its possible to do it or not,so basiclly its replacing a motherboard and putting all the old part in the new 1 ..

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Dell :: XPS M1330: Integrated Video 3100 Vs. X3100

Dec 7, 2008

I noticed 2 types of integrated video cards for the XPS 1330.

The 3100 vs. x3100

What's the difference?

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Dell :: Replace My Motherboard And Fan Due To Overheating

Nov 12, 2007

6 months or so ago I spilled coke on my laptop, im under complete care so it was sent in and repaired. Today a Dell Tech just came to replace my motherboard and fan due to overheating. He disassembled my laptop and I discover that:

My hard drive and bay are corroded!
My cpu still had (caramelized) coke on it!

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HP/Compaq :: Which Motherboard Do I Buy To Replace My Broken One

Jul 29, 2009

I have a DV9000, 17inch. A number (that I think is significant) 439112-001 is on the bottom of the laptop.

I need to buy a refurbished/spare part motherboard to replace the one that died in my other computer, but I can't figure out which one to buy. At first I thought it was as simple as buying a used DV9000 laptop or motherboard, but apparently not only does the screen size (13 vs 19 inch) matter, but also a number.

I see numbers on ebay with stuff like "447983-001"--that's why I thought that one number on the bottom of mine was important. But I can't find that number on any motherboard on ebay, and it only turns up 300 pages on google, which leads me to believe it isn't the right number.

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Dell :: Changing The XPS M1330 Motherboard

Aug 16, 2009

I recently bought the XPS M1330 from a friend and wasn't familiar with the current issues caused by the nVidia GeForce 8400M GS. Lately, I've been looking for a solution to the problem...

I was reading about the Cooper Mod in another thread and it just seems like a temporary fix...

So, I was wondering has anyone tried manually installing the Intel version of the motherboard, since it seems to have no overheating problems. Has anyone tried a different motherboard to fix the overheating?

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Dell :: M1330 Motherboard Woes...

Jan 30, 2009

Has anybody on here with the Intel GMA X3100 had a failed motherboard on the M1330? I have searched the forums, and while the Nvidia equipped models seem to be prone to it, I've not had any luck finding info on failed Mobo's on laptops with intergrated graphics. Two months out of warranty too.

also, If i jam a big hard drive into the machine, how would that affect cooling/battery life? I'm sure is its a noob question but i've only ever stripped desktops.

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Dell :: XPS M1330 Fried Motherboard

Jul 22, 2009

It was probably the heat, but during some intensive video editing my M1330 shut off in an instant and would not turn on, battery nor a/c.

When I plugged the adapter into the laptop, the light on the adapter went off.

The tech came and replaced the MD (second time, first was Oct.2008).

The tech said if it happens again, I could request an additional/upgrade heat-sink/fan, not really sure.

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Dell :: XPS M1330 Poor Performance After Motherboard Replacement

Sep 24, 2009

Well, my Nvidia 8400 died for second time and I called Dell to replace it. After asking for a sustainable solution and to ensure me that I won't have the same issue once more, they said that they will install me a new motherboard revision which reduces the possibilities of having my GPU dead.

Thus, they replaced the motherboard. I didn't format my system but kept my Windows Vista Ultimate x64 installation.

After using the system for a couple of hours I realized that the system was under-performing. Then I checked with CPU z utility and found out that the CPU clock was stuck @1,6GHz (although my power scheme was high performance). My processor is the T7500. The system was overheated and the clock speed was reduced (I guess). The thing was that I could almost do nothing, not even surf on the internet. This makes my laptop unable to deal with applications that need lots of CPU power.

Does anybody else face the same problem? Is there something I could do to return to the old situation? Should I contact Dell and complain? It is a huge problem cause half of my applications cannot be used any more!! After a few minutes of use the laptop stops performing normally!

Could it be that if I format my HD and make a fresh install the problem will be resolved? (I repeat that I didn't format my system after the MB replacement).

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Dell :: Vista Slow With New M1330 Motherboard Replacement

Sep 24, 2008

So My M1330 was part of the defective batches of Nvidia Video card. A dell tech guy came and replace the motherboard and also a defective battery. I assume that the hard drive would work the same and I assumed I didn't need to format. My current hard drive was just taking forever to boot up, and was just so slow. I figure i needed to reformat.

I used a new 320GB hard drive i was planning to replace the current drive with. Now that its fully formatted. It's still unbelievable slow. I though the speed step might not be working current but i used wcpuid to test the current speed and it was at full speed. Though the system doesn't seem hot at all. I just cant figure out why its so slow. bios is currently at A12 which is the lastest

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Dell :: Intel GMA 965/x3100 On M1330 - Can't Install Driver

May 6, 2010

I bought a second hand M1330 on ebay with the intel graphics. I can't seem to get a driver installed no matter which one I use. I've tried both Vista and Windows 7 but in both cases when I'm trying to install the drivers, I get an error message saying

The computer does not meet the minimum requirements for installing the software.

Setup with exit.

I've tried both drivers from the intel site as well as the dell site but no luck. Any ideas?

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Dell :: XPS M1330 Dual External Monitors W/Intel X3100?

Mar 2, 2009

I just ordered a new Dell XPS M1330 with the Intel X3100 chipset and then I saw this:

http://sam.charrington.com/blog/one-...ernal-monitors

My question: Does it matter what graphics chipset I have? Can I run 2 external monitors with the Intel chipset? If so, that would be very cool!

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Dell :: Motherboard & GPU

Jul 17, 2009

Dell came and replaced my motherboard the other day, I was wondering if this also means that I got my GPU replaced?

I was told that my GPU was part of my motherboard by a friend.

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Dell :: Looking For Motherboard

Jul 8, 2009

does anyone have a burnt motherboard for a m1730 that they would either donate or sell very cheaply i am in need of some connectors and i dont wanna buy a good mobo on ebay for 150+ just to scrap it

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Dell :: M170 With Motherboard Or Gpu

Jan 15, 2008

i'm having trouble with my XPS m170.

It has:

Pentium M 760 2Ghz
1Gb Ram
60Gb HDD
Geforce Go 7800GTX 256mb
17" WUXGA
Windows Media Center 2005

I was playing CS:S, and all of a sudden i was getting artifacts on the display. Than the computer froze up and i had to power the laptop down manually.

I was able to restart the computer in safe mode a couple times.

But wow when i try to restart the computer, i'm getting artifacts on the Dell Splash screen. And then it would freeze up.

What do you think the issue is? At first i was thinking the GPU is the problem. But now i'm beginning to think its the motherboards.

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Dell :: I9400M1710 Motherboard For LED's

Sep 6, 2007

I have recently put an M1710 LCD screen cover on my I9400, and the palmrest with the XPS logo in it.

I saw while I had my system apart my motherboard has the solder joints on it for the plugs for the LED's but no plugs for them(has them at the front for the speakers, next to the fans and next to the connection for the monitor).

Is it possible to solder the plugs on, will they work ?? I guess I will need a new BIOS for them ? anyone done it. Would appreciate any info/help. what plugs are they ?

Also is the XPS logo in the touchpad controlable ? mine isn't working at the moment (it's plugged in and was bought second hand but supposidly working ?) anyone know. I know others have done this mod.

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Dell :: Motherboard Crashed

Dec 6, 2007

my motherboard crashed and my harddrive has some important files, is there a way to extract the files from the hard drive with my current pc?

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Dell :: Motherboard Replacement, Anything New?

Feb 9, 2009

After some issues i had with my GPU, Dell agreed to replace both my Heatsink and Motherboard, and i wanted to ask those who have had replacements in the past; has anything changed since july 2008? (when i bought my m1530)

have they improved the heatsink, or even changed it? ( i got the aluminum one, crappy piece of engineering right there )
and im sure the GPU issues are still present, but do they run cooler now ?

im asking this because in July the "defective Nvidia GPUs" were still in the dark, and the news about them was a mere rumor...

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Dell :: Replacing Motherboard

Sep 22, 2009

My E6500 is having the motherboard replaced later today. Is there anything I should be aware of or that I should check out once it's done?

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Dell :: XPS 1710 Motherboard

Sep 25, 2008

I bought a Dell XPS from a friend of mine and the motherboard packed it in, what kind of motherboard is in the XPS 1710. I want to buy one so I can get this machine up and running again.

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Dell :: How Do I Identify My Motherboard

Jun 3, 2009

The motherboard on my XPS M1330 needs replacing for the second time. First time it was replaced under warranty, but my system is now out of warranty so I'm going to replace it myself.

I phoned Dell and they're charging 400 for a replacement but I can get it cheaper if I knew the Dell part number. I have the NVIDIA 8400M GS.

From doing some research, here are some part numbers for motherboards for XPS M1330's:

PU073
GM848
CX062
D057F
K984J

How can I check my existing motherboard's part number to ensure I order the correct part?

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Dell :: Motherboard Downgraded?

Aug 6, 2009

Dell has replaced my SXPS 16s motherboard thrice in order to solve my overheating issues and some usb errors in the diagnostics and each time i have noticed that my motherboard has been downgraded.

The initial one was an A02, replaced by an A02 (new), replaced by an A01 (new), and then replaced by an A00 (refurbed).

All this hassle never solved my problems but introduced a new one - the sound latency issue. I just play a song in WMP and start browsing and the sound crackles and pops so badly that I feel like bloody throwing this thing out of the window, although I cant coz its darn expensive

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Dell :: M1210 Motherboard Trouble

Sep 4, 2008

Has been soo long since I post anything on this great forum! I appreciate everyone's time here, and thank you all for taking some time to help me diagnose this problem. Anyways here is the problem:
I bought a "broken" Dell M1210 from ebay. The cosmetics of the laptop looks very good: no dents, few scratch marks, and almost no blemishes. It did not came with a hard drive, only an AC adapter.
Currently, I am trying to transfer ownership to me and will be trying to buy warranty for my m1210 once the transfer is complete. My m1210 is a little more then 1 month out of warranty coverage period.
I have completely disassemble the laptop and examine the motherboard, it looks and smells new. Internally, everything is very, very clean. The motherboard model of mine is HN110, the one that has the geforce 7400gs in it.
However, the batter is bad because it holds no power. I have tried on my friend's m1210 and checked it through Dell utilities and it gave a thumbs down.
I cannot confirm if the LCD, speaker, sound card, processor, system fan, heatsink, and camera are fine, or not.
I am able to confirm the ram, wireless card, and the CD drive are perfectly functional. I have yet to test those under performance conditions.
The main problems is:
I am unable to turn on the laptop.
I have tried 5 different adapters: 2 Dell m1210, 1 E1705, 1 E1505, and 1 Targus universal adapter. All of them do not work on the laptop.
When I plugged a Dell adapter into my m1210, the AC adapter shuts off. The green light on the Dell AC Adapter shuts off.
I tried my friend's charged battery to power up my laptop;however, my m1210 still will not power on.
I have not find a way to test the circuit board on my m1210 and my friend is very, very wary of me opening up their laptop. So anything that involves me trying different parts on his laptop will be almost impossible for me to ask for, he is a noob.

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Dell :: 5150 Motherboard Battery

Mar 3, 2009

does a Dell 5150 isporon have a mother board battery.

I have to keep resetting clock and date when starting up, I just had the motherboard replaced.

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Dell :: 1640 Motherboard Replacement

Apr 22, 2010

I am getting my 1640's motherboard and lcd screen replaced tommorw (dell are taking laptop into the centre). I have the 512mb Ati card, I understand the new motherboard has a 1gb card.

What are the chances I will get the new motherboard and hence the new card? Or will they still have the old motherboard replacements?

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Dell :: Looking For A Motherboard Diagram For My 1150

Feb 19, 2009

I took apart my Dell inspiron 1150 today & removed the fan & ordered a new one being it looks clean yet was not doing its job.

Yet then I noticed an empty slot in the motherboard & wondered what its for?

Does anyone have a picture of the motherboard explaining what the slots are for?

I'm sorta hoping it might be an empty memory slot that will allow me to add more.

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Dell :: 1640 With A 1645 Motherboard

Feb 20, 2010

I was on chat with dell a few months back and I was telling them to replace my motherboard and processor and I was complaining about heat.

Anyway during the whole convo I was joking (not really) about giving me a 4670 motherboard instead of the 3670. Well I have had the parts for a month now and was just going to return them because

I didn't feel it would change anything replacing the same parts, knowing that the xps just gets warm on it's own. (and yes I undervolted, helped a lot and added more thermal paste)

Any to make a long story short the dell tech sent me a motherboard now with a 4670 ati chip on it. The processor was the same but man am I stoked.

Anyway is my computer a 1640 still or a 1645. Should I update any other drivers besides the video card. My service tag is irrelevant now also when downloading drivers.

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Dell :: Will The 1730 Need A New Motherboard For The 8800M GTX

Nov 27, 2007

I noticed the Sager 9261 needs a new motherboard to accomodate the 8800m gtx. Will the M1730 also need one you think?

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Dell :: M1710 Motherboard In An E1705

Jul 23, 2007

A few auctions on Ebay claim the m1710's mobo will also drop into an e1705. That would allow for up 4GB RAM, and also allow me to use the T7600G CPU. I'm sure someone else has thought of this already. Is it possilbe? I see the motherboard for around $300.

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Dell :: Alternative Motherboard 9400

Feb 25, 2009

My motherboard died on my 9400. I was wondering if I can replace the motherboard with an alternative that might be able to run a DirectX 10 card?

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