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Buzzing noise, bottom of the notebook and plug heats up very fast, slow and laggy, comes up every 5 minutes to send or dont send error report and will not give e any details about it.

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  • Lord Magus
    Lord Magus May 11, 2010

    G'day

    When you meant the "plug heats up very fast" did you mean the AC adaptor?

    Whats seems to come up every 5 minutes?

    A bit more info about the laptop would help, if known?

    cheers

    kbh


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