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Memory squish problem - my laptop shuts down whenever I put any sort of pressure on it. I plan on taking it apart and re-seating everything, but are there any helpful hints out there? The 'sensitive' spots are right of the mousepad, and the DIMM cover. IBM Thinkpad T41

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Have you dropped it or anything EVER? if so there is probibly internal damage and when you push on the sensitive spots, its causing some sort of short. when you say "shuts down" is it really shutting down or just straight turning off? if it just turns of as i said, internal damage. if it shuts down then i might be wrong

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