Question about IBM ThinkPad T30 2366 Notebook

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I have a t30. when i try to start him he does nothing. after i shut him down ... and i leave him a fev minutes he starts.i put a windows xp in the cd drive and after that he freezes.i push the on/off button and when i try to start him he have a black screen and he do not do nothing! what seems to be the problem??

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  • cioy_cioy Nov 30, 2008

    ty i was not shure about that!....can u tell me in romania where i can find one? a store ore something? and how much does it cost??

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Oh dear, this is bad. It is the motherboard. I have went through 4 t30s with a similar problem. It is on it's last legs, the only way to fix it is replace the mainboard (motherboard) (trust me i'm an I.T guy). Sorry to tell you that.

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    memphis2000 Dec 01, 2008

    try these people

    http://www.computertroubleshooters.ro/en...


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