Did I bridge the wrong fuses? Do I need a new mobo? I really need this to work as it is kind of my main machine (but I will survive without it for a while).
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T430 - i5-3320m, 4gb
T430s - i7-3520m, 8gb
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Its size varies but is either 0402/1005 or (most likely) 0603/1608 (imperial/metric).
Location near the LCD-connector on the motherboard.
Measure fuses with a multimeter, set for Continuity.
Remove whatever mess you made around the F7 fuse.
When you get the (tiny) new fuse, piggyback-solder it on top of the old one.
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