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Old March 31, 2013, 03:20 PM
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Originally Posted by JD View Post
I would say try a new power adapter first, if that doesn't work, just buy a new laptop.

I wouldn't really go through the hassle and cost of replacing the motherboard, only to find out something else is also broken. Then you'll end up spending just as much (if not more) than just buying a new one in the first place.

As a totally random example, Newegg has a refurb'd Ultrabook for $480: Newegg.ca - Refurbished: TOSHIBA Satellite Z830-00K 13.3" Ultrabook
yes why spend good money after bad stuff

best remove cmos battery, batt and wash everything that got coffee on

not HDD, just let it dry out more on HDD
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