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Possible? Yes. Dangerous? Extremely. Depending on how similar the model is, you could have it work fine, not work fine, brick, or, in extreme cases, perma-brick. If you're willing to take the chance, that's fine, but understand that you could do serious damage to your device if you do.
You won't be able to install a ROM from a different device, unless it is ported to your device - there are write-ups on the XDA forums on this. There isn't any generic ROM for all devices. Each device has its own chipset and hardware, that has its own firmware (software) design for it. In order for there to be a generic ROM, it would have to have the ...
A ROM that is designed to run on an RK2918 will not run on any RK2918 chipset. The ROM still needs to be built for your device specifically. Check XDA-Developers for a ROM for your tablet.
I also faced that problem. After changing the motherboard it rectified. Since it was done during warranty period, I did it free of cost. Many peoples suffer this problem and it is clear that it is manufacturing defect.
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