Laptop Help/Advice :(

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I have a 2 year old Toshiba Tecra s2 laptop and recently its been having some difficulties. It usually boots up normally but then it freezes unless you push on the laptop right under the keyboard. I dont think its a software problem because i already restored the hard drive back to factory settings. After awhile even pushing on the laptop will not help and it becomes very very slow until it freezes up with the CPU usage at 100%. I took it in to a laptop guy and he said that the motherboard was probably cracked. I looked at replacement laptop motherboards and their about 300 and non-refundable, so I guess what my question is what should I do? Was the guy correct and i should replace the motherboard or might it be something else. Sorry for the long post but any help/advice will be greatly appreciated.
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get the motherboard tested. and if that is the problem replace it..
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check the reply on nbf.
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it sounds motherboard issues, but get get a secound opinion.

laptop motherboards can be had a much less than 300 bucks, look around online, check out
http://www.laptopuniverse.com/
ive gotten some good deals on replacment parts for my sony there.

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