Question about Medion MD-40954 Notebook
Its more than likely that after a few days of being left untreated that there has been corrosion on the board. the only chance you really have of rescuing it is if you completely disassemble the laptop, clean the inside with PCB cleaner and spray some protector on afterwards. its very unlikely youve lost all your data thow so you should take it to a repair shop and see if theyle take your files off of the laptop for you.
Posted on Apr 10, 2007
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