Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook
I have tried taking the back off and vacuming the fans. It did not help one bit. Any other suggestions?
Find out where the heat is comming from. If the heat is comming from the area around the processor, you can try to reinstall the processor.
This site can help you greatly. It will show you how to replace the processor on this page.
This page shows about the model that I think you listed and how to take it apart.
The main thing to do first is identify the source of heat.
Once you identify the source, try taking it out and reinstalling it.
If that doesn't work, the only other thing you can do is replace the part.
Remember that some toshiba laptops tend to run hot anyway. I have hade two of them. The less powerful ran fairly cool but the more powerful is pretty warm. There is only so much that you can do besides cooling pads and using it in a cool environment. Make sure not to obstruct any vents as much as possible. If the processor is hot and you tried reinstalling it with no success, you can do some research and find another processor that is compatible with your computer that naturally runs cooler. This is all I can tell you. If none of this helps, there isn't anything you can do. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
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