Thermal pad/motherboard Tags: Laptops Cooling Motherboards Windows Vista Last response: October 25, 2010 8:28 PM in Windows Vista Share Anonymous a b D Laptop a b V Motherboard October 25, 2010 4:41:22 PM Hello, if my thermal pad is not properly functioning or cooling my laptop will this damage my motherboard More about : thermal pad motherboard Jonmor68 a b D Laptop October 25, 2010 8:28:34 PM If you are reffering to the thermal pad between the cpu and heatsink, then yes it will cause damage if you keep using it when it's overheating. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedthermal paste for 10 dollars Forum SolvedApplying thermal paste? Forum SolvedGold Thermal Compound with Hyper 212X Forum SolvedThermal Paste on CHA_FAN4 - CHA FAN2 Chip. Forum SolvedCooler Master Thermal Paste OR Artic Silver? Forum SolvedThermal paste on side of CPU? Forum SolvedAccidentally applied too much thermal paste. Forum Solvedpre applied thermal paste Forum SolvedDifferences between thermal pastes and question Forum SolvedWhat thermal paste to buy? Forum SolvedForgot to clean thermal paste off processor Forum Solvedwhat is this thermal interface material Forum SolvedCleaning thermal paste with water Forum SolvedArtic 5 Thermal Paste Questions.....AMD Phenom Forum SolvedThermal paste squeezed from under heat sink Forum SolvedBest thermal paste for Alienware M17x r3? Forum SolvedThermal Paste Question Forum Solvedcan yo use any thermal compound for both laptop and desktop? Forum SolvedCPU Temps and Thermal Paste Forum Solvedthermal paste required? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows Vista categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !