I have a Dell N5110 laptop and recently the motherboard burnt down completely and was termed as not repairable so I replaced the motherboard with another one in one of the local shops.
I got my laptop back now but when I try to start it, it doesn't usually turn on on the first attempt and some times when it turns on, it turns off and turns on back again.
Every time I get on to Windows, I have to start the wireless connections manually using Fn+F2, which wasn't the case with my old motherboard, the time also resets itself after each restart. I also feel it is a bit slower. I asked the shopkeeper and he said that the processor also sustained some minor damages which is causing the slow down and is the reason for the laptop not turning on in the first attempt. By turning on, I mean pressing the power button.
Also, the previous board had an Nvidia 525M video card. the new board doesn't have it, can I transfer the card from that board to this one or should I get a board with the card already installed in it?