Any Way to Replace the USB Port on the Logic Board?
Ive seen that the common solution to any problems with the logic board is to just shell out cash for a new one. Replacing one is as easy as playing with LEGO blocks, but as expensing as buying half a Mac. Seeing as how this is a Fix It community, is there any way to dive deeper into logic board repair. Im looking to fix and replace a fried USB port, not plug in a whole new motherboard. I mean if you have to buy a whole new logic board anyways, why not experiment with fixing the one you've got?
Is this a good question?