All the replaced parts are better (newer) than those you had. There you have no issues, parts are OK and should work on your PC. Just thinking the value and specifications of what you got I must say you profited from this.
It is practically impossible to help you or give any suggestions when the only thing we know now after repair is that your computer is "non-functional". Please give us more information, at least:
- Does the computer boot (start)?
- If no, what is happening? What if any error messages or other information you can see on screen?
- Does the display stay on, or is it again turning itself off or do you have distortions on screen?
- If it boots to Windows, in what way it is "non-functional"?
That being said, here's something a bit more personal:
Quote: Originally Posted by thalictra
The PC is back and completely non-functional. But clearly this is no longer the place to look for advice.
I hope that me being a non-native English speaker, I misunderstood what you said. In that case I wholeheartedly apologize.
The following is valid only if I did not misunderstand you:
Your comment seems quite unfriendly and arrogant, given that every single member here is doing this voluntarily. With over 200,000 members you are not the only one asking for help, sometimes it takes days to get first response. Sometimes the issue is of such nature that nobody knows the answer or solution.
You got a valid response, asking you to check your warranty and conditions. More was not possible, you told you had not gotten the PC back then. Two days later you are back, telling that PC is back and non-functional and expressing your disappointment for getting no help in the same post
I just want to point out that you posted your last post less than half an hour ago, and I am already answering you although it's past 2 AM here and work starts tomorrow (today!) at 9 so I should be in bed.
I really hope I misunderstood you.
Respectfully, Kari, one of the volunteers at the Seven Forums.