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This is most likely a Heat Sink issue and NOT a problem with the battery. Take your laptop to a shop and have them replace the Heat Sink Grease between the CPU and Heat Sink. This solves MOST overheating issues. Also, dust accumulation in the cooling fan can reduce cooling capability. Ask the Shop to use "Arctic Silver" Heat Sink Grease. I've done this dual treatment, (dust cleanout and heat sink grease replacement) on about 50 Laptops and it's resolved about 98% of the overheating issues.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
The reason is ur battery as become old .Go for a new one
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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