I have a toshiba laptop from my old workplace, company went bust and never collected the laptop, but i cannot get past the logon screen, i cant access bios or anything. any suggestions?
on 03/07/2010 – Made popular on 03/07/2010
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Here's the brief of it.
I need to set the fan of my laptop to run at full speed when I want.
The less brief is this:
My laptop is old, and I use lm_sensors to keep tabs on CPU temperature as on rare occasion the computer overheats.
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