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^^ You did it with a laptop?!?!?! I would never do that, EVER, does your laptop have a removable GPU or did you just throw the whole thing in?

My brother's laptop's RAM died a while back I'll try freezing and then baking if that doesn't work. I'll keep you guys posted.

Yeah the card was removable its a 7600M Go I agree that this does not fix every problem but in my case and many others it makes sense. I say if your card is toast give it a shot what have you got to lose. I am looking to upgrade my card however up to a 8600 GS but have to wait till someone has it in stock but at least in the mean time I have the old one working (I know I could use a 8600 GT but that would get to hot in my lappy only one fan cooling the GPU, CPU and chipset dumb design )
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1st off - it works, it works real good.
2nd off - thx Jago-Vs-Fulgore this vid made me decide it was worth the risk to try fix my bricked ps3 motherboard as i was sceptical about the vid on youtube claiming oven fix worked on his ps3.
3rd off - Jago-Vs-Fulgore THX BRO u earned me £3000 so far in fixed ps3's using this method.

however i advise 220c gas mark 7, always buy cheap throwaway oven dishes that are perfectly sized to just clip the boards non used outter parts.
and use good compound of course.

Overall i had to write a reply to say thanks a mili man!
£3000 wow I hope your buying that man a beer then
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Edited by DraganUS - 12/3/09 at 10:29am
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So, who thought of this?
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So, who thought of this?
This method is a lot older then most of us know. It has been like one of those urban legions ppl talk about. It's only been in the past year or so that more and more forums are talking about it and giving more and more positive results. Thus, the more possitive results the more ppl are trying it.


Got a new tip of bakers: Once you start to smell the solder, wait about 1 min and pull it out. Don't want to cook the solder to long.
    
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Dude, you are ripped!
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yeah seriously you are so lucky man congrats on the fix
    
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You guys also heard of the freezing of a bad hard drive to do data recovery. I'm sure its a cheaper way then taking it to like data doctors or something. I believe freezing overnight will get you about 25 minutes of life from your hard drive enough to do a quick drag and drop of important files
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I just baked my 9800GTX. Lets see what happens....

EDIT

no freaking way. It worked
Edited by om3n - 11/16/09 at 4:54pm
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I gotta do the same for a 4870x2 giving me problems out the wazzoo. I'll keep you updated.

Edit: dang, we're out of aluminum foil. Any suggestions? Something else I can post it on?
Edited by MisterAutomatic - 11/16/09 at 10:26pm
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