My main computer stopped working a few weeks ago. I came home, turned it on and it powered up, and that was it, I did not even POST. I built it in the end of Jan. '07. I contacted Asus after I went through all of the trouble shooting step. I was told that according to serial number that it was out of warranty. They have a 3 year warranty. I registered it right after I got it. SO they know when I purchased it. So now I am stuck with a mobo that is junk. This is the first Asus mobo I have ever used, and did so based on reputation, and the fact that some of the bigger companys use them in their computers. Is this the way that companies really do warranty work? It just does not seem right. I bought it just under 3 years ago, and still have a couple months before the 3 year is up from the time of purchase. Would it be worth while to contact the Attorney General as this does not seem like a fair business practice. I can not afford to buy a new modo for a 939 cpu let alone get a new rig. I am currently running a PII machine. I can not play any of my games. Trying to edit audio and video on this PII machine would be a joke, and the programs I have don't play nice with it.(which is what I do on the side to make a little coin). So does anyone know what I should do about this situation?