The primary hub of your computer is made up of a complex circuit board known as the motherboard (sometimes known as the mainboard). The motherboard controls everything your computer does, including how it interacts with auxiliary devices, uses memory, and sends data to your monitor. A defective motherboard may be the reason for your laptop’s complete inability to power on. When this occurs, a lot of laptop users believe they need to get a new one. But there are many situations where a motherboard can be easily fixed. In some circumstances, you might be able to swap out the motherboard without switching out your other components, which would save you a tonne of money. The challenge with a motherboard issue is that when something goes wrong with it, it may strangely cascade down to many other components of your computer. Only a meticulous process of elimination that requires time and expertise may successfully pinpoint the issue. Because everything within your computer must be taken apart before the motherboard can be changed, fixing a motherboard is also fairly complicated.