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Old Mar 18, 2008, 07:59 AM   #1
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Please help! Trying to locate Logic board serial number?

Hi I'm taking my machine in to have the logic board replaced because of a heat thing. I want to find out the logic board serial number (preferably without having to open the machine) before i take it in to make sure they have replaced it when it comes back.

I see all the specs in 'more info', just not sure where exactly to look?

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Old Mar 18, 2008, 08:13 AM   #2
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Or is it just the serial number that you get on the box?
Please help, very urgent

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Or is it just the serial number that you get on the box?
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The serial number on the box is the computer serial number.

As far as I know the number you want will probably be on the Logic board itself which will require the machine to be opened ...
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The serial number on the box is the computer serial number.

As far as I know the number you want will probably be on the Logic board itself which will require the machine to be opened ...
Damn i was hoping i'd find it in the system profiler. Bit anxious to open the machine up..
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Damn i was hoping i'd find it in the system profiler. Bit anxious to open the machine up..
No definitely not in system profile, although the machine serial number is.

Like you, I wouldn't be very keen to open it up ..
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If you have taken the machine to an authorized service center, and they said that they will replace the logic board, you can be assured, with a fair amount of certainty, that they will replace it, unless the technician says otherwise.

Also, I believe your invoice will list out the parts that were replaced.
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