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    I need advice. I have a HP P6320Y desktop my first out of a box computer. Just over 2 years old and it's toast. I came home to the blue boot screen. First thought, was a major virus so I took steps to try to boot it back up safe mode etc. I was finally able to boot to regular windows long enough to back everything up beyond that notta. So, I stick in my repair disc, nothing happens. I try to do system restore nothing. So I run a SMRT Test, dead hard drive. I go out purchase a new hard drive. Put it in, same problem. So at this point 4 weeks later, I've taken it into a repair shop who finds, it's not a hard drive at all it's the Motherboard. So, I start searching for a new one. The replacement is going to cost $300+ OUCH. Then I really start to dig only to find this is a known issue with this motherboard they go out 18-36 months. Well, I'm not paying that price for another one to have it go out again in a couple years and go though all this again. So, I need advice on what to replace it with, that will fit all of the equipment I currently have. Here is a link to my current motherboard, Motherboard Specifications, M2N78-LA (Violet) - HP Customer Care (United States - English) and here is a spec sheet on my computer, HP Pavilion p6320y Desktop PC Product Specifications HP Pavilion p6320y Desktop PC - HP Customer Care (United States - English). This is the first computer I have ever purchased that wasn't custom built. But I couldn't build my computer with what this one had for the price I found this. I guess I know why now, it had great reviews at the time, but now I find that there is a huge problem with the motherboards. I have someone to replace the motherboard once I locate one but that has been my problem. HP was NO Help at all. So any advice you can give I would greatly appreciate.

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    Default Re: Pegatron MZN78-LA Motherboard is Toast please help!

    I have a Gigabyte MA790XT-UD4P that would work for ya but it does not have integrated graphics so yo will need a graphics card. I also have a Radeon 5670 so if ya want them both I could ship them to you for $100 plus freight. The board does not have a backplate...... only downside but it will work if you pop the backplate out of the case.

    The motherboard is an ATX and I think it would fit in your case. Let me know

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