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Clean a laptop heatsink Review

Posted on Wednesday, September 01 2004 @ 14:23:34 CEST by LSDsmurf


Maintenance is good. A notebook will get dirty. It is inevitable that dust and dirt will build up inside and out. This dirt will begin to make a notebook computer operate at a higher temperature compared to when it was new. If your notebook is experiencing BSODs or complete shut-downs then the culprit be a dusty, dirty CPU and heatsink. This means it's time to clean it and gain back stability. Just how to do it is what this guide is all about.



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