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The discrete gpu for gaming not detected

DURING GAMING ON MY LAPTOP, I PLUGGED IN THE HDMI CABLE TO ENABLE ME PLAY ON TV SCREEN. AFTER SOME TIME, I HEARD A LITTLE POP NOISE AND THE LAPTOP DISCONNECTED FROM THE TV AND THE GAME EXITTED. AFTER THIS I TRIED TO RERUN THE GAME AND IT STARTED STUTTERING. I HAVE TRIED BIOS RESET, REINSTALLING THE GRAPHICS DRIVER ALL THIS DIDN'T WORK UNTIL I OPENED THE LAPTOP AND I SAW ON THE MOTHERBOARD, CLOSE TO THE DISCRETE GPU ON OF THE SMALL POWER CAPACITORS WAS FRIED. I HAVE ATTACHED THE PICTURE FOR REFERENCE. QUESTION NOW IS I DONT KNOW IF ANY OTHER COMPONENTS IS BAD AND WHAT SOLUTIONS CAN BE OFFERED AS WARRANTY IS ALREADY EXPIRED.

THE PCB NO. IS PC8645

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Hi @osanebinwangi

If the motherboard model is a Selek MLK 19802-1 FGRDNLA (printed on the motherboard) then here's a link that may help to find suppliers of the schematics for the board.

The problem is that all the ones that I checked is that you have to either pay for them or sign up to the website which I did not want to do.

The schematic diagrams will have the information regarding the value and package type of the component, printed next to or under the component's board designation e.g. PC8645, where it is shown in the drawing. You just have to search for the designation in the schematic (use Ctrl key + f key search function).

Once you have the information search online for suppliers that suit you best. There are sites such as mouser.com and digikey.com that specialize in electronic components

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OSANEBI NWANGI さん、ありがとうございました!
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