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Clean fans, vents. inprove air flow at bottom vents,and fan. Get a laptop cooler with fans.

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Heating Problem


When I'm running a processor intensive program, like Adobe Photoshop, my Laptop will become very warm too. But now I'm working only with fixya, all evening, it won't get warm enough to warm my lap. So the more you ask from the processor, the more heat it will produce.
This said, it won't hurt if you try to clean the fan's from your netbook. If the netbook has one or more. The safest way is to blow in canned air. (Duster). But if you are handy, open the thing and clean the fan(s) with a brush and blow the dust away.

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Coby netbook running hot how to fix it


A laptop cooler will help. Are you using it on a soft surface that restricts air flow? Is there dirt, dust, in the fan or vents?

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My acer ferrari 200 overheats


Do you keep it on your lap or a blanket? It needs to be on a hard surface. It runs hot because of the battery. If you take the battery out and run on 110V is it cooler.
Most laptops and Netbooks run hot, some to the point you cannot stand the heat.
Hope this information will help.

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My netbook is generally running very slow,what can I do to improve speed


Hi
To speedup your netbook follow these steps;
1. Remove if any apps in the 'startup' (like instant messaging, dictionary, world clock openoffice etc (just remove it from the startup folder) Make sure programs like these are not starting up when you boot up else your netbook will feel slow.
2. Be sure that you are running your spyware and virus scanners are working, updated, and have fully scanned your system. These malicious pieces of software can slow down a fast system. They will wreck the speed on your netbook if you aren't careful.
3. One upgrade that you can do to your system that is cheap and easy to do on your own is to add RAM. It's best to maximize your netbook's RAM for best performance.
4. Uninstall unwanted or heavy load softwares.
5. Don't have open programs that you aren't using minimized. If you aren't going to use a program, shut it off. Try to only have a few programs open at once.
6. Use cloud based applications. These are software that you can use that are being processed on a server versus your machine. This is a better way to multitask on your netbook.
7. Consider adding Linux or buying a Linux netbook versus a Windows netbook. Typically the Linux netbooks do run much faster as they are designed to take up less resources making your netbook run much faster.
8. Delete temp files.
9. Running heavy loaded softwares will make the battery hot, that way the battery life is shortened which causes a slow running netbook.
Hope this helps.
Please rate if this solution was helpful, thanks!

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We have new netbook and we are connect to a wireless internet but my netbook will not connect to the internet.


First, on the left side of the main screen, you will see an icon that says "WI-FI Power". That's the switch to turn it on. When you click it, a little box will appear that says "turn on" when it's off and "turn off" when it's on.

But maybe you hadn't fully set machine up yet.

Try checking the following to see if any of these steps were missed.

On a "hooked up" computer, Google "digital gadgets.com". There find "Sylvania Products". Then click on "7 inch netbook support" and follow directions inputing to the 7" netbook as you go.

For item # 4, you find your "hot spot" name (on the 7" netbook) and click "connect".


For item # 5, you may have to call your Internet Service Provider (Charter, AT&T or whoever you pay for your internet) in order to get your "network key" fill that in (on the 7" netbook) and then click "OK".

Next (on the 7" netbook) be sure you go to "Start", "Settings", "Control Panel", "Internet Options", "General" and complete "user agent (requires browser restart" by selecting:
"Default (same as windows XP)" or
"Same As Pocket PC" or
"Windows CE".

I selected "default" and was off and running.

Dec 30, 2010 | Sylvania G-Netbook

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How can I conncet to my wifi


First, on the left side of the main screen, you will see an icon that says "WI-FI Power". That's the switch to turn it on. When you click it, a little box will appear that says "turn on" when it's off and "turn off" when it's on.

Next, on a "hooked up" computer, Google "digital gadgets.com". There find "Sylvania Products". Then click on "7 inch netbook support" and follow directions inputing to the 7" netbook as you go.

For item # 4, you find your "hot spot" name (on the 7" netbook) and click "connect".


For item # 5, you may have to call your Internet Service Provider (Charter, AT&T or whoever you pay for your internet) in order to get your "network keys" fill that in (on the 7" netbook) and then click "OK".

Next (on the 7" netbook) be sure you go to "Start", "Settings", "Control Panel", "Internet Options", "General" and complete "user agent (requires browser restart" by selecting:
"Default (same as windows XP)" or
"Same As Pocket PC" or
"Windows CE".

I selected "default" and was off and running.

Dec 27, 2010 | Sylvania G-Netbook

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WiFi is connected , but internet explorer wont run


First, on the left side of the main screen, you will see an icon that says "WI-FI Power". That's the switch to turn it on. When you click it, a little box will appear that says "turn on" when it's off and "turn off" when it's on.

But maybe you hadn't fully set it up.

Try checking the following to see if any of these steps were missed.

On a "hooked up" computer, Google "digital gadgets.com". There find "Sylvania Products". Then click on "7 inch netbook support" and follow directions inputing to the 7" netbook as you go.

For item # 4, you find your "hot spot" name (on the 7" netbook) and click "connect".


For item # 5, you may have to call your Internet Service Provider (Charter, AT&T or whoever you pay for your internet) in order to get your "network key" fill that in (on the 7" netbook) and then click "OK".

Next (on the 7" netbook) be sure you go to "Start", "Settings", "Control Panel", "Internet Options", "General" and complete "user agent (requires browser restart" by selecting:
"Default (same as windows XP)" or
"Same As Pocket PC" or
"Windows CE".

I selected "default" and was off and running.

Dec 27, 2010 | Sylvania G-Netbook

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How do the wi fi work on this


First, on the left side of the main screen, you will see an icon that says "WI-FI Power". That's the switch to turn it on. When you click it, a little box will appear that says "turn on" when it's off and "turn off" when it's on.

On a "hooked up" computer, Google "digital gadgets.com". There find "Sylvania Products". Then click on "7 inch netbook support" and follow directions inputing to the 7" netbook as you go.

For item # 4, you find your "hot spot" name (on the 7" netbook) and click "connect".


For item # 5, you may have to call your Internet Service Provider (Charter, AT&T or whoever you pay for your internet) in order to get your "network key" fill that in (on the 7" netbook) and then click "OK".

Next (on the 7" netbook) be sure you go to "Start", "Settings", "Control Panel", "Internet Options", "General" and complete "user agent (requires browser restart" by selecting:
"Default (same as windows XP)" or
"Same As Pocket PC" or
"Windows CE".

I selected "default" and was off and running.

Dec 27, 2010 | Sylvania G-Netbook

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Hi, have an Acer Aspire One netbook which is 11 months old. I find it gets really hot on the left hand side away from where the power cable is. Is it normal, I am told netbooks dont have fans, so how do...


Yes it is normal. Many computers run very hot these days. It is because of packing lots of heat-generating components into small packages. Fanless computers cool down via the use of heatsinks which transfer heat into the air passively. Just like an electric stove eye left on high will heat up a room without a fan. Your computer's external case is probably actually part of the heatsink. The place where you are feeling the heat is most likely where your power regulation components are located on the computer motherboard, thus the extra heat in that place. It could also be an internal copper heatsink that is pulling heat away from multiple internal components and is connected to the computer casing in the spot where you are feeling the heat.

Nov 30, 2010 | Acer Aspire One AOD150-1920 Netbook

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