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Ze2000 Hi, I took my laptop apart and see the capacitors in reference but how can i tell if they are bad or not? I have a volt meter to test resistance but i feel im getting a false read. Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Frank

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I donot think that it is that eazy to find out the faulty Capacitors in Computers.
I recommend you to check if any of the Capacitor is bulged like say, out of its regular shape.
If you find any, I beleive that it is faulty.
Hope this helps...

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