Exactly - I get the same thing on the Porker.
It only happens when it's really cold, there's been a thread on the Porsche Club forum about the exact same thing. Seems that it's very common. I was expecting a big repair bill the first time it happened.
I did think that but to be honest but he's had a protable dvd player with a 7" LCD screen for a couple of years and he's looked after that OK. Likewise his Gameboy SP, OK I know they're going to be more robust than a Laptop but I think it's worth the risk.
I was interested to read this thread. I did a search for Dell to see how people get on with them.
I'm looking to buy my son a Laptop for Christmas, I'd thought about Dell because of the warranty and perceived customer service but now I'm wondering.
From what you chaps have said the IBM...
Dreadful - what is this world coming to :(
Only last night I was so proud that we'd got the Olympics, look forward to the fact that my boys will be 10 and 15 and how great it will be to take them to London, this makes you think again.
The listing had gone by the time I saw this thread :mad:
I haven't used porscheshop but I haven't found parts/service to be particularly expensive.
I use a quality indy and to give you an example of some prices I've paid based on a 996;
Supply and Fit front and rear disks and pads £590...