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My ibm thinkpad laptop not power on but mother bord power section ic lm 320 ic is dameg

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  • muh'd murtala Aug 06, 2008

    My IBM Thinkpad 600E Notebook (400-Mhz Pentium II, 128 MB RAM, 9.5 GB Hard drive Was not be able to power on.

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Need new mother board.

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