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Heating problem The fan of laptop has stopped due to that laptop's temprature is rised above 80 degrees .So plz tell me If i want to replace the fan ,how much it will be take ? thanx

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Does the fan acctually work when you first turn your lappy on?

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  1. 1Use the laptop on a hard surface. This allows proper air circulation and prevents overheating. Avoid using the laptop in temperatures over 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. 2Remove the battery when using AC power. Once the battery is fully charged, there is no need to keep it plugged in. Residual charge drains the battery slowly, so when the battery isn't needed, take it out of the laptop and store it in a cool, safe place.
  3. 3Allow the battery to drain completely before recharging. This allows you to take advantage of the limited number of charge cycles the battery contains.
  4. 4Limit the amount of applications, programs and external devices used on the laptop at one time. Close anything that doesn't need to run. Multitasking causes the processor to run too hard, producing higher heat inside the laptop and draining the battery power.
  5. 5Use your laptop's power control program to automatically save power. Reduce the backlight on your laptop when it runs on battery power. Set the standby and hibernate modes for when you take breaks from working on the laptop.
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My computer shuts down while im playing a game


This laptop was not designed to be a games machine, so the stress on the CPU will be quite high, generating a lot of heat. If the fan is unable to dissipate the heat from the cpu, but more importantly from the graphics chip, the laptop will shut down to stop damage.

What I suggest is that you open up the laptop and clean the area around the heatsink and fan and inlet grille, even a mild build up of dust and fluff will cause the temperature of the laptop to rise 10 or more degrees. Eventually overheating will cause the graphics chip to unsolder.

This link is a good guide

http://www.paulstravelpictures.com/Toshiba-Satellite-A105-Laptop-Overheating-Dust-Removal-Guide/index.html

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The above as over heated and seems to fail after about ten minutes of being on this is an intergrated card can it be fixed without replacing the motherboard it is in an asus laptop.


I suspect that your cooling fan has stopped working or the sealing mating between the fan surface and the CPU is not intact. These fans quit working because dirt and grime gets into the fan shaft and friction slows the fan . also if the fan gets accidentaly moved on the CPU, then this breaks the heat transfer tape between the CPU. This over heating causes the CPU to fail. Open the machine and observe if the fan is running correctly.

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My dell vostro a860 keeps over heating because i dropped and now it over heats because the cores get up to 93 degrees celsius


Due to the shock, your laptop may have broken and have displaced parts and the fan/ heat sink etc might not be working. Over heating can cause further damage. Hence, it is strongly recommended that you immediately seek professional assistance to avoid any permanent damage to the system

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My hp pavilion dv4000 is running hot. takes


Hi

Thank you for your query

With laptops there is hot and there is hot, the normal type of hot is due to general use and should be expected, especially as people who put on their laps and dont allow the heat to escape

However there is a different hot which is very hot to the feel and occasionally there is a burning smell coming from it. if you are experiencing this problem then please do the following

1) Switch on laptop
2) Press F2, F12 or ec key to enter BIOS setup
3) Once in bios look thorugh the menu'suntil you come up with a cpu temp option
4) Leave the laptop runing on this if the temp increases very wuickly and goes above approx 50 degrees (celsius) then your CPU is overheating and is probably the heatsink that needs replacing

If it is the heatsink, i would not recommend that you replace yourself as you will need to go down to motherboard level

if it doesnt then it is normal operation for your laptop


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fan always start working when u switch on the laptop, then it stop because it monitor your cpu temprature if CPU temp is blow the level of heating then it stay stop and if it exceed the limit of cooling then fan automatically start to just kick out heat of CPU, so it is normal, but tell me did u get display when fan switch off? let me know

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This means either the operating system on your hard drive has become corrupt and you will need to reinstall your operating system or, more likely, your hard drive has failed and you will need to replace the hard drive and the operating system.

As for your heat issue, use a can of compressed air and blow out all the vents on your laptop. This should help the heat issue; note that it is common for the laptop to feel hot as it is dissipating the heat from inside.

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My laptop turns itself of after 8 minutes - every time i turn my laptop on it lasts for about 8 minutes then turns itself off automatically how do i stop this? My HP laptop keeps shutting itself off after...


hi,
Please check for the exhaust,is it coming properly and check the bottom of the Notebook is it heating ?
If heating then this is the issue with the processor fan.
If the temprature is normal then check in BIOS(leave the system in BIOS mode for 8 minutes) if then also it is turning off surely this is the heating issue.
If above mentioned is not working please revert.

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