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qwertymo

water made laptop slow

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So my sister spilled some water on her laptop. I thought that there wasn't anything broken on the motherboard or the processor and the pc still boots but now it's super slow.

It has an ssd and a intel i57200u cpu so it shoudn'(t take 5 minutes to boot. I thought maby something was broken in the motherboard so i posted it in this category. If anybody knows this problem of nows how to help me pls tell me cause i don't know what the problem is. Thanks 

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2 minutes ago, qwertymo said:

but now it's super slow.

That means something is broken. What laptop is it? It will have to be serviced/replaced. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
56 minutes ago, DrMacintosh said:

That means something is broken. What laptop is it? It will have to be serviced/replaced. 

well its an acer laptop the model itserlf is unknown to me but i know the specs so i can find it I think but ea should I let it be made by a profesional wouldn't that be expensive?

 

 

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