Dead Mx 400 Go in Laptop
A while ago my video card on my laptop went all screwy and started having strange characters appear on the screen during bootup, as well as yellow lines appearing in windows, and then freezing soon after. I assume this means that the card is about to die, and I would like to purchase a replacement.
I took it to Toshiba and they said it would cost over $1000 just to fix, which I'm not prepared to pay. I was looking on Ebay and there seems to be the same model on there (mx 440 go 64m) for $38 canadian, but I was just wondering if there are different styles of the video card meant for different laptops, or is it one size fits all?