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Old July 20th 03, 12:37 PM
Uncle Vinnie
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Default Need info: 5000T vs: 7500

I have a 5000T (5BW) with motherboard 191767-102 that has been a little worn
out an needs replacing...

What is the difference between this board and one for the 7500- board#
170686-101. Are the 2 interchangeable??

From what I can dig up, the 7500 is a European/Asian model and my guess is
that it may not work as a replacement board for mine here in the US. Advice
greatly needed, thank you!


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Old July 20th 03, 03:11 PM
HH
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Check the Compaq FAQ, reposted to this newsgroup weekly.
HH

"Uncle Vinnie" wrote in message
et...
I have a 5000T (5BW) with motherboard 191767-102 that has been a little

worn
out an needs replacing...

What is the difference between this board and one for the 7500- board#
170686-101. Are the 2 interchangeable??

From what I can dig up, the 7500 is a European/Asian model and my guess is
that it may not work as a replacement board for mine here in the US.

Advice
greatly needed, thank you!




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Old July 20th 03, 04:17 PM
Uncle Vinnie
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Thanks HH!

I knew you'd answer.. however, I've already done that... and have also just
posted at the Compaq community..I await an answer there...

What I'm in need of is if someone knows these 2 boards... and can offer
advice if they are interchangeable- I am replacing my 191767-102.. the
board sent was 170686-101, which seems to be for a 7500..

Are you familiar with these 2 units?????


"HH" wrote in message
. ..
Check the Compaq FAQ, reposted to this newsgroup weekly.
HH

"Uncle Vinnie" wrote in message
et...
I have a 5000T (5BW) with motherboard 191767-102 that has been a little

worn
out an needs replacing...

What is the difference between this board and one for the 7500- board#
170686-101. Are the 2 interchangeable??

From what I can dig up, the 7500 is a European/Asian model and my guess

is
that it may not work as a replacement board for mine here in the US.

Advice
greatly needed, thank you!






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Old July 20th 03, 08:23 PM
HH
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Uh, 210836-001 is listed as the replacement board for 191767-102. Wwho sent
the other board to you?
HH


"Uncle Vinnie" wrote in message
et...
Thanks HH!

I knew you'd answer.. however, I've already done that... and have also

just
posted at the Compaq community..I await an answer there...

What I'm in need of is if someone knows these 2 boards... and can offer
advice if they are interchangeable- I am replacing my 191767-102.. the
board sent was 170686-101, which seems to be for a 7500..

Are you familiar with these 2 units?????


"HH" wrote in message
. ..
Check the Compaq FAQ, reposted to this newsgroup weekly.
HH

"Uncle Vinnie" wrote in message
et...
I have a 5000T (5BW) with motherboard 191767-102 that has been a

little
worn
out an needs replacing...

What is the difference between this board and one for the 7500- board#
170686-101. Are the 2 interchangeable??

From what I can dig up, the 7500 is a European/Asian model and my

guess
is
that it may not work as a replacement board for mine here in the US.

Advice
greatly needed, thank you!








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Old July 21st 03, 02:50 AM
Uncle Vinnie
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eBayer- it seems - as far as I can tell - exact... but not sure... I bought
191767 and it was DOA- they quickly replaced it with this one.. it seems the
same- but I am not sure- I thought I'd research before refusing it...


"HH" wrote in message
. ..
Uh, 210836-001 is listed as the replacement board for 191767-102. Wwho

sent
the other board to you?
HH


"Uncle Vinnie" wrote in message
et...
Thanks HH!

I knew you'd answer.. however, I've already done that... and have also

just
posted at the Compaq community..I await an answer there...

What I'm in need of is if someone knows these 2 boards... and can offer
advice if they are interchangeable- I am replacing my 191767-102.. the
board sent was 170686-101, which seems to be for a 7500..

Are you familiar with these 2 units?????


"HH" wrote in message
. ..
Check the Compaq FAQ, reposted to this newsgroup weekly.
HH

"Uncle Vinnie" wrote in message
et...
I have a 5000T (5BW) with motherboard 191767-102 that has been a

little
worn
out an needs replacing...

What is the difference between this board and one for the 7500-

board#
170686-101. Are the 2 interchangeable??

From what I can dig up, the 7500 is a European/Asian model and my

guess
is
that it may not work as a replacement board for mine here in the US.
Advice
greatly needed, thank you!










 




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