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post #11 of 13
I think their warranty period is three years. It's probably worthwhile to get it replaced (there's a repair center in Kentucky, so at least you wouldn't have to send it all the way to California...though replacement boards get shipped cross country), but you could always just get a parallel to USB adapter and bypass the parallel port entirely.
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I've only had to contact ASUS once, so by all means, not a broad sampling....but I was contacted the next day in response to my email. I hope I never experience the problems some others seem to have, I've been happy with ASUS products.....


However, the best bet is to RMA it through the vendor you bought it from if posible. And Newegg is speedy fast on RMAs. They even ship it back to with the same shipping you paid for in the first place.

But if the vendor's warrenty is expired, you'd have to send it back to ASUS direct.
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I've been giving this some thought and this is what i came up with, once i installed the sound card the printer must of went to s****. i didn't think of this before because i might not use the printer for a week or so. before i installed the sound card i disabled the onboard in the bios. Sunday i enabled the onboard S/card and now the printer works again. So how does this work? does the O/B sound just idle there as long as nothing plugged in? it doesn't seem to affect the sound in any way. I was gearing up to commondear my wifes comp for a few weeks and decided to tinker some.
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