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Old 12-22-2007, 07:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry RMA Motherboard

So last night as I was on here posting my computer made a were popping noise and turned itself off. So I tried to restart it and nothing... No bios screen at start up no nothing, changed the jumper settings and tried again nothing no bios. SO i called asus for RMA but it is closed till the 26th so I am gooing to be using the wifes laptop for a couple of weeks. Hope RMA process goes well board is only three months old. Tear.....

Anyone else had to rma asus boards? Process pretty fast hows the service? I have never had to rma anything so first timer on the rma thing.

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Old 12-22-2007, 08:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i've never had experience with ASUS but they seem to be one of the best known mobo companies and with that usually comes really good customer service, and i don't have any doubt that they will try and jip you or anything. ususally it will take like 2-4 business days to deal with it depending on how they decide to deal with it. if they are going to give you a replacement board then what they'll do is get your board, test it to make sure that it is infact bad and then they will just ship you a new one. and so then you gotta deal with the 2-3 day both way shipping. so I would think around 2 weeks give or take a couple days.

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wow your really lucky but I've heard lots of stuff about ASUS's Customer Service to be either crappy to non-existent
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