Back in 2008 I had a custom PC built for gaming, this past march it broke so I took it back to the guy to fix it. He fixed it and it cost $133 for labor and s/h for the RMA'd materials. I got it back around may and was just now able to hook it up after getting my room fixed up and a desk put in. Plugged the PC up, turned it on and low and behold it still doesn't work. So i took it back up to the guy to talk to him about it, turns out he died a few weeks after fixing it (I'm gonna miss you Mike, RIP) so I talked to his wife and son. His son is a nice guy just like he was, his wife on the other hand was extremely rude. My PC has been in a box since may and not been used at all. She exclaimed "look at all this dust!" "this has been used, it didnt leave like this the last time" so she pretty much outright called me a liar. I really hate people like that, also there is no dust on the PC at all, maybe a spec or 2 but no loose or recent dust. They're gonna look at it and see what the problem is and call me, hopefully they will fix the problem this time instead of just slamming a new motherboard in there. I have a feeling the video card needs replacing as it's the only part they didn't replace last time other than the CPU. I just don't wanna have to pay for it all over again, because they sure as hell didn't fix it the first time. I'm hoping to get this fixed once and for all because I'd very much like to game after getting home from work, is that too much to ask for?