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Whater went inside of toshiba laptop

Was functioning for a little more,after the nework card was not any more recognized,after starts to shut down by itself.
please tell me if there is anyy chance to be fixed.

thanks,and regards

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Hello ianacasta2,

Yes it may be able to be fixed.... but you will have to see what happens after you do the following:

First go get some isopropranol.

Simply remove the motherboard (and remove ALL the bits from the motherboard) then fill a small bowl with the Isopropranol and place the board in it and swill the liquid about it for 10 mins.
Leave it over an hour and then take out of the isopropranol and dab it dry with an absorbent cloth (DONT RUB). then place the board in a warm area for 2 days to air dry.

When it is dry, rebuild the board and put the network card in a different slot....in other words.... if your network card is in slot 2 now, then when you rebuild the board put the card in slot 3. ok?

Now, IF its all ok when you switch back on.... great.... problem solved!

If not, then you may need to go and buy:

A new network card.
A new CPU
A new stick of RAM
A new Hard Drive
A new motherboard.

I cant say which you will need as I cant see the board, but if the above does not work it sounds like you have a problem with one of them. DONT WORRY because if you take your computer in to a good computer store that will be able to check for your the components I have listed and will be able to narrow down the fault so that you may not need to spend lots of money buying components to replace everything.

Good Luck.

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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