Question about IBM ThinkPad T30 2366 Notebook
I have had my T30 for about 5 years now. in the last year, the screen freezes periodically and the only way out is to do a hard shutdown, then turn the machine back on. I am wondering if this could be a fan problem (i.e. causing the processor to overheat) because the fan starts and stops, which I am told it is not supposed to do on this machine. Anyone else deal with this issue?
HI it can be true if the fan stops processor overheat to prevent overheat. it should work all the time (when your pc is on ;))
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
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