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Over heating problems

It doesnt works more than half an hour, even i have formatted the laptop, and both the fans on the motherboard are working fine... pls suggest me if some settings have to be changed... and its installed with vista business edition SP1 32 bit

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  • invincible82 Mar 05, 2009

    sir its DV6000 not DV6000z

  • invincible82 Mar 05, 2009

    thanx sir would get back if need some assistance...
    really appreciate the fast reply

  • invincible82 Mar 05, 2009

    thanx man...

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If you are confident with the insides of laptops, remove the panel to expose the heatsink, and clean the fins on that. If it has pulled in a lot of dust, then no matter how clean your fans are, it won't be able to pull cool air through the heatsink and over the chip, leading to an overheat condition.

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    Jay Selway Mar 05, 2009

    This solution should still work regardless of the model being a 6000 or 6000z

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    Jay Selway Mar 05, 2009

    If you remove the heatsink, check that there is some thermal paste (sticky stuff) between the chip and the heatsink. If it has gone hard, or powder like, you will need to get some and squirt it in a blob on the chip. That paste improves the thermal transfer of heat away from the chip. Good luck my friend.

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