Posted 17 January 2008 - 11:42 AM
In order to make a laptop with interchangeable parts, the motherboard would have to be redesigned and sockets would have to be added (which would increase the size and weight of the laptop). Then there'd have to be modifications to the case for ease of access (more bulk and weight).
Major service centers make their living by replacing components, not by repairing them. I'd suggest that if you have a specific issue that can be identified, that you take it to an experienced technician who is experienced at replacing components on PCB's (printed circuit boards) and see if they can replace the defective component.
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