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Can a laptop be damaged after exposure to external high heat

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HP Pavilion
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I left my powered-off laptop on a radiator which was turned off at the time. When I came back to my laptop, the radiator had turned on and the laptop felt very hot to touch. I think maybe the laptop may have been on the hot radiator for 30 - 60 min. I left the laptop to cool down and then turned it on again. It seems to be functioning normally but I am worried the exposure to high heat may have damaged the laptop internally or the battery. Could this have happened and is there a way to check?

 

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Definitely yes. HP has some "tough" products for mining and military environments. Other vendors do the same. You can buy them (very expensive). Pavilion machines use cheapest materials to build.

 

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