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Thread: Can freezing temperatures damage a laptop?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2002
    The State of Independence

    Can freezing temperatures damage a laptop?

    I frequently leave my laptop (inside the case) inside my car in below freezing temperatures. I've never left it there over night, but sometimes for several hours. Is there any way that cold temperatures could damage a computer? I'm not talking about subzero, but 20's and 30's Fahrenheit.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2001
    Land of 10,000 Lakes and Minnesota nice!!
    I would check the user's manual and see if anything specific is mentioned regarding this.

    My initial reaction is that it more than likely would not be that temps such as you are encountering are a direct problem. The difficulty would actually be when moving the ice cold computer indoors, and the old...cold glass of water, warm room scenario...

    I'd be more concerned about condensation...
    Lighten up! --- A merry heart does good like a medicine. (Proverbs 17:22)

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