|19 Oct 2012||#1|
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Unrelated Topic: Calling All Asus G73Jh owners
Ok guys, I know this isn't necessarily specifically about Windows 7, but I was just trying to get a fix on what the best method is for cleaning the inside of an Asus G73Jh Laptop. I have been running Borderlands 2 on it and it has crashed and even blue screened a few times. Don't get me wrong, I have a high enough graphics card to run it, and 6 GB or RAM, an I7 Quad core processor at 1.60 GHz.
I have been cleaning out the inside of dust, but the actual fans in the laptop seem to be very difficult to get to. I am hoping that someone else out there may have had this problem before and has had more success than myself before in cleaning their laptop.
Any suggestions or help tips?
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