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When start my laptop, my computer very hot.how can i solve this problem
If the heat is excessive and/or shutting down because of heat issues, your fans and heatsinks might be dusty enough that they can\'t get the heat away fast enough. At the least, you should remove (or have removed at the repair shop if you cannot disassemble the laptop properly and/or completely) the cpu and/or gpu fans and heatsinks and clean them out with a can of compressed air. When they are removed, you should replace the cpu and gpu heatsink paste (non-conductive thermal compound) so that they can efficiently dissapate the heat they produce to the heatsinks. Also check your cooling fans for free spinning. Give the fan a clean, then try giving it a spin with your finger, it should continue to spin for a second or 2, the longer the better. If it stops spinning immediately, the fan might have to be replaced too.
If it runs, but gets hot ....
The following advice should be given to all laptop owners : the little rubber feet are important and should be replaced with something at least twice as high. Put your laptop on a flat surface, like a table, and look under the laptop. The little rubber feet give it airspace under the laptop, where most (but not all) laptops have the fresh air intake for the fans. If you cant see through under it, it wont get the cooler airflow it needs. A laptop cooler works best, but if you dont have a laptop cooler, you can use 4 plastic bottle caps (or similar) under the 4 corners to keep it up higher. And dont ever run the laptop sitting on a couch, chair, blanket, lap !! or any non flat hard surface, because the little feet wont keep it up high enough and the fan(s) will suck dust, lint, hair ... into the fans and plug up the heatsink(s)
Posted on Jul 16, 2013
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