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Run the laptop in safe mode and monitor performance, you can do this by holding down f8 when starting up. If it runs fine in safe mode and doesn't overheat it means you have a virus/processes causing the laptop to overwork. Also ensure you aren't running games/software above your laptops specifications and you can get a laptop cooler from any electronic store.
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