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#1 Jack421

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Posted 17 April 2011 - 02:16 PM

I need to check the current Hardware to see if any hardware on my laptop has any damage to it, can anyone recommend some good freeware for this checkup! I had recently run into rain problem with my laptop in my back pack and want to run a full diagnostic to make sure all hardware components are working. I want to know if something is not showing up visually to me that might be broken so I can get it replaced! Would I know if some circuits on the mother board were fried, any help in this check up is much appreciated! The back pack was closed it was a light drizzle I ask because afterward my battery appears to have died! A lot people say I can only tell hardware damage by opening my laptop, unfortunately I find it hard to get to mother board on this one and find it only easy to get to memory and Hard drive!

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#2 Layback Bear

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Posted 17 April 2011 - 05:30 PM

If you haven't turned your lap top on since the rain it's probably okay. I would open it up as much as you can and have a fan blow on it for a couple of days to dry it out. Don't cost anything and it can't hurt.




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