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Averatec laptop is overheating. Power button disabled. Screen dar

I have unplugged the laptop, but the hard drive continues to whir and heat. I cannot get the screen to appear, but I can't turn off the hard drive either.

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Please refer to link below for complete solution:

http://kablammo.strongerthandeath.com/2006/01/31/averatec-3150-overheating-solved/

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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    Manoj Rout Jan 02, 2009

    It usually turns out to be
    the fan, either failed (least likely) or chock full of dust. Most of
    their units place the fan sucking staright up close to the bottom
    louvres. Lap use or even setting on a table can start sucking up stuff
    into the fan. Isn't long before the low power fan doesn't run properly.
    With the temp utility you can watch, under compute load, how fast the
    temp does rise. Very rapid. Newer units have a sticker placed directly
    below the fan blocking the direct suction louvres to prevent the fan
    from sucking debris into it. It then pulls the air from all over the
    case and works fine keeping the fan relatively clear of dust and such.



    You will have to check your fan and as mentioned above clean it out and see if it does resume full speed operation.



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    Manoj Rout Jan 02, 2009

    Best products to avoid your laptop being overheated.

    1) The Vantec LapCool3 USB Notebook Pad is a valuable attachment
    that sits under your laptop to draw air away from the fans on the
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    your computer with a USB cable

    2) For a super-quiet and contemporary look, you'll want the Antec Notebook Cooler.
    Quality materials and the heat-resistant coating make this one built to
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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, remove likewise the battery. This is to address the immediate concern of overheating and continous hard drive whirring. Therafter, will address the other concerns.

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa. Happy New Year.

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Press and hold power button for 10 sec to shut down fully...

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