My only concern is the laptop heats itself a lot. The fan is working constantly, it produces noise and the laptop expulses a lot of heat; even the keyboard sometimes is hot. I try to keep it with good ventilation.
Is it normal in the Pavilion serie dv9000 or do I need to check something else?
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you need to service your pc. there may be accumulated dust over the fan and cpu fan. constant heat compel the fan to work all the time to cool the cpu. contact a pc technician in case you are not confident enough to service your pc. there is sensitive parts inside your pc. Disclaimer: Only perform service if you know how to do it otherwise ask help from a good pc technician
The processor has to perform large amount of work while surfing , especially while usingvideos and animationMultiple windows/tabsnumber of browserwhich in turn produces lot of heat . The heat produced is managed by the interneal heat sink and inbuilt cooling fans.But this cooling process may get affected by the blockage in air vents due to dust.So to safeguard the laptop form overheat, it automatically shuts down. One simple try :Go to the Adobe flash properties and disable Hardware acceleration for online content. That ought to stop the system from rebooting or crashing.
Else...Its better to call a technician when it shuts down often.....
The laptop will need to be dismantled down to the motherboard level, use a can of compressed air attach straw and blow out all ports, heatsink and fan. It might be a good idea to remove both for closer inspection and several good blast of air for good measure, and check the thermal paste between the heatsink and processor ic has not dried out.
The type of refrigerator you have uses a solid-state device which likely uses a Peltier effect element.
This uses electricity to transfer heat and cold on opposite sides of the element, absorbing heat from within and radiating it from the other side being cooled by the fan.
With no moving parts other than the fan, they are very reliable but also very dependent on ridding the element of the absorbed heat which necessitates fairly high air flow to function properly.
If a fan was used that produced less noise, the airflow might be too little to allow the element to cool the interior efficiently.
Unless the fan has a defective bearing, which would reveal itself by a rattling sound, it is probably still working as it should.
It is normal for the laptop's fan to make noise. Sometimes, the noise will not be as bad. The noise actually depends on how hot your laptop is. The hotter the laptop becomes, the louder the fan noise. Your laptop will produce heat depending on the load of the laptop's processor. So if you are multitasking on your laptop, expect the fan to spin faster because it will try to eliminate the extra heat being generated.
I just have a quick tip for you, never use your laptop on top of a bed or any soft surface because the vents under the laptop will not work properly.
I hope this helps. Thanks and good day. HotRatchet
Sounds like the fan is wearing out, as it heats up the fan needs to spin faster and if the bearings are wearing out it will start getting louder and it will also get hotter because the fan cannot keep up the heat being produced. You can replace the fan, most computer shops will carry replacements, also get a can of compressed air and give the inside of the computer a good cleaning. This will help keep things cooler as well. Also make sure that the air vents on the outside of the case are clear as well.
there was a problem with notebook overheating and it would be fixed by cleaning the cooling
component ,check the heat sink and the fan. The notebook processor produces a lot of heat when the notebook is turned on you check
If the fan working fine, then check if the heatsink is clogged. In some cases you can clean the heat sink with compressed air,
After the notebook shuts down do not turn it back on for 15 minutes and then test it again. Will the notebook work longer if you let it cool down for a while? Isn’t it hot if you touch the bottom? Can you hear the fan running? Most likely you experience a laptop overheating problem and it would be fixed by cleaning the cooling module – the heat sink and the fan. The notebook processor produces a lot of heat when the notebook is turned on. The cooling module helps to keep the CPU cool when the laptop is working. The cooling module includes two parts: the heat sink and the cooling fan. The heat sink is attached to the CPU and helps to conduct the heat from the processor to the radiator. The cooling fan blows on the radiator and helps to disperse the heat produced by the CPU. The laptop will overheat if the heat sink radiator is clogged with lint and dust or if the cooling fan stopped spinning. If your laptop shuts down after some time without any reason and warning, check if the cooling fan spins. Usually it makes some noise and you can hear it. If the fan works fine, then check if the heatsink is clogged. In some cases you can clean the heat sink with compressed air, just blow inside the fan openings on the laptop bottom. If the heatsink is completely clogged, then it is necessary to remove the heatsink for cleaning.
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