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Originally Posted by burksdb;12077624 
nope just the mobile 8000 series
7000 series is covered also I believe.
    
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all man I already got rid of my old m8800gtx
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post #23 of 46
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This gives me deja vu after the xbox 360 RROD thing a while back. The exact same issue!
Thought the same thing myself when I read the OP
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this deserves a bump. Customers laptop qualifyed, but we just replaced the mobo and THEN found out. a laptop i have that the gpu went out on though doesnt qualify (the PIN doesnt match up :/)
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post #25 of 46
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And the PS3's YLOD. Lead free solder seems pretty crappy.
As an electric technician, I absolutely despise lead free solder. I refuse to work with it. I bought god knows how many rolls of lead solder when I heard that it was going bye-bye. However, none of my work ever sees the public, so it's okay. I do strictly prototyping work, as production PCB assembly is done on PnP machines.
post #26 of 46
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As an electric technician, I absolutely despise lead free solder. I refuse to work with it. I bought god knows how many rolls of lead solder when I heard that it was going bye-bye. However, none of my work ever sees the public, so it's okay. I do strictly prototyping work, as production PCB assembly is done on PnP machines.
dont forget, lead free solder has a higher melting point making us repair guys a harder time to replace components, especially on laptops. sent in to a rework facility is the easy solution but if your in the field and time is of the essence then ugh.


ninja edit: shame they are offereing to replace his amd dual core, 4gb of ram, and 14" screen with a 15", 2gb, and an amd single core. not worth it. he/we work as mobile repair guys, i do pc's, he does unix servers.
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post #27 of 46
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I don't have my receipt anymore.

I wonder if I can call Best Buy. How long to they retain a list of customer's purchases?
for ever.
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post #28 of 46
Ugh... I am bummed. I have a Compaq CQ60-210US which has the 8200M GPU. No problems yet but it's only been a year and a half.

What if this one craps out on me? I've gotta settle for something less? What a load of...

Definitely not getting HP or Compaq laptop again if this is how they going to do their replacements.

Edit: Nevermind. Apparently mine is not on the list of affected models anyways. This one sure does gets hot though.
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post #29 of 46
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The NVIDIA GPU Litigation Home Page http://www.nvidiasettlement.com/



For anyone wondering, What actually caused the fault was the solder points on the chips - the BGA solder would fail to form a connection over some time from expanding and contracting with the heat the chips produced. You could re-flow the chips and they would work again, sometimes for a short while or some times for years.
Disturbingly, thats exactly what was causing the rrod in the xbox.
    
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Well.. I looked around a bit through old receipts and such and my laptop info is gone, 100% gone. So, I am contacting some online BGA-Re balling places.. I have found a few that will convert the solder to lead, but price is a bit steep. If anyone has a suggestion for a company that can do it for a reasonable price I will have them convert my dv2000 mobo. Currently I found one place that could do it for about the same price as a new motherboard, but I am considering it because a new mobo is going to have crappy solder and fail again later... YUCK!
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