Hi, I'm new...
alexandre-listas at e-secure.com.br
Wed Aug 2 04:17:59 CDT 2006
> I would take off the top lid of the computer
> and try to pinpoint where exactly the heat is
> coming from. There could be some components
> that might have shorted out and is causing
> the power supply to output more current. This
Oh, the "loved" a600...
These have a very common fault - Capacitors. They leak and play havoc on
your system. Dunno where you live, but in Brazil it is very very very
common. People sez it is because of the (high) temperatures around. But I'm
90% sure your problem has to do with caps.
I'd suggest you another A600 or a 1200 if you can get one (I had a 600
and now have a 1200, love that puter!!!). Take a look at the "amigo" on
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