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Zd8256ea heating problems

Hi. I have overheating problems with my laptop. All fans are working, but laptop still overheats and shuts down regullary. Thanks for reply.

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  • mrewired Sep 04, 2007

    Did that allready .. didn't help but thanks.
    I even opened notebook and cleared as much dust as i could .. practically all of it. I used a dust cleaner and was clearing all arround the fans. I'm thinking off compressor now .. blowin it a bit .. but i'm affraid i could damage fans.

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On many overheating problems we tell our customers to shut off the laptop, place a fairly strong vacuum cleaner flush against the bottom grill and hold it there for about 30 seconds. This sucks out a strip of dust that gathers on the cooling grid over time.

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If your comfortable with disassembling the machine then i suggest you Clean the CPU, HSF and apply some clean Silicone. Also there are fan controllers available for download which will force the fans to full speed. Failing all of that you can buy Antec or similar Notebook coller fan which sits underneath it with a large quiet fan to keep it cool.

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