Question about IBM ThinkPad R32 2658 Notebook
My Thinkpad overheated so much that I believe it fried both my internal wireless card and a new PCI wireless card since they both no longer work.
The left side of the laptop (where the fan is) always feels hot to the touch, I would say too much.
It there a way to know whether there is something loose inside the laptop, like a heatsink? I assume is not common for the R32 to fry the network card. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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