Question about Toshiba Computers & Internet
If water went into laptop while it was on or you turned it on whilst it was still damp then you may have had a minor short which has created a small crack in the solder which only shows itself after the laptop is working for a while and heats up. When it does this it will expand and that breaks the connection. Difficult to locate where this could be. If you were competent enough you could disassemble the laptop and bake the motherboard but I would not advise this unless you absolutely knew what you were doing
Posted on Jan 10, 2013
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