Question about HP Pavilion ze2000 Notebook
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Your heating issue coul dbe several things and is most likely what is causing the display issues you spoke of in another post.
Try cleaning out any vents and fans with compressed air. While its powerd off of course.
When using a laptop, it should be on a flat, hard surface to distribute heat easily from it to the surrounding area.
If heating is still an issue, try getting one of those laptop coolers that run off the USB port, Walmart sometimes has them, Best buy and most computer stores have them.
See if this helps.
When the processor over heats, sometimes it can melt the wires for the monitor, especially if the ribbon lays over the cpu heatsink.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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