****MOVED TO A NEW THREAD***** A little tangent about the Strand consoles. We have a dead one-- one day we came in and all that happened when we turned it on was a couple of leds came on. No monitors, no response from the lights or LCD screens. So we know power supply is good and monitors/ video cards are good. That pretty much indicates a motherboard or processor issue, correct? That is what we were thinking. However recently I remembered some (maybe all?) of the ports on the back of it were loose. So, are the ports connected to the motherboard like on a computer or is there a cable connecting them? And is it possible that a connection came loose causing it to not work? Another question, if it is the processor (we have reason to belive that is more likely than the motherboard-- practically none of our Ops EVER shut it off correctly (despite lectures from me), could we replace it with the same kind from a computer? If so how hard is that? I have taken a computer repair class, but we always just replaced the motherboard and processor at the same time. Thank you.