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Acer aspire 7530 overheating

My Acer Aspitre 7530 overheats and shuts down, the heatsink and ventilation systems are fine, the CPU reaches 95 centigrades when running in high performance mode. Is it perhaps that this laptop wasn't well designed? Thank you for your input

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Try to keep as much ventilation under the laptop as possible.
You can pick up a can of power spray and blow out the unit yourself or have a pro. do it for you.
Dust and lint play a deadly part in overheating with laptops.
Walmart has Ventilation trays in which the laptop sits and is cooled by forced air from underneath.
Make sure the direction of air flow is the same as your laptop.
You dont want to push air into a output vent.

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You can do it yourself, but I do not recommend it,
I would first try buying a cooling pad for your laptop to see if that resolves the problem.

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There Are 3 Fixes For This Problem, 1 Is To Insert Your Windows XP CD And Boot From It Then, Say Repair When It Asks And It Will Put Your Shutdown.exe File Back On UR PC.
The Second Way Is To Download Win XP Utilities And Click Repair Windows Files.
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Posted on May 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Laptop overheating/Bad ventilation design.

I just fixed this with my daughter's laptop Acer Aspire 7720. The prolem was with lint covering inner side (facing cooling fan outlet). To fix:
- open the big cover on the bottom for the memory slots - well it covers everything: processor(s), memory clots etc.
4 screws, the cover also held by snapping little plastic tabs, do not be afraid to open but be rather carefull, do not just yank it open, you will see the fan facing back of the laptop in the corner, it suppose to blow through the heat sink.
- remove the fan, 3 screws, the screws are very little so be careful, you will see the inner side of the sink more likely coverd with lint, dust etc.
- carefully remove using tweezers and blow using canned compress air dust remover.
- assemble back in reversed order.

without removing the fan it is not really clear what it is I almost accidentaly saw it...

do not be afraid to do so you just need small screw driver. magnetic screw driver helps to handle the screws but be carefull with it as some components may be sensitive to magnetic field...

this did the trick for me I hope it works for you. please spread the word as I saw many posts about it in forums...

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Turn the computer off.
Disconnect the AC power.
Remove the battery.
Purchase a can of compressed-air, and give your computer a "blow-job", to remove the dust, because the dust is acting as a layer of insulation, trapping heat inside your computer.

Reload the battery.
Connect the AC power.
Start your laptop, and check that the fans inside the notebook computer are pushing air out of the exhaust-vents. If not, the fan(s) have failed, and you need a professional computer technician to disassemble your computer, and fix the fans.

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If the fans are spinning then you need to take off the heatsink and ensure that there is paste between the heatsink and the CPU (its a golden or silver color normally). If not, go buy thermal paste.
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When a laptop gets hot physically hot, to the touch you know something isn\'t quite right. It\'s normal for a computer to get a bit warm as it runs, which is why computers have a built-in cooling fan in addition to a heatsink and cooling vents. Excessive heat, however, is almost always an indication that something is malfunctioning. This is no different with the Acer Aspire 5000.

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