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Overheating issues with laptop


Following are the reasons for overheating, just take care of these things::
Stop Overclocking your CPU
Make sure your Heat Sink is placed properly above the processor
Clean the Processor fan, Heat Sink and other peripherals
Use High Speed fans
Use CPU Heat Sink Paste in the processor
Make sure your dint restrict the speed of CPU fan.
Use proper ventilation in your room
Shut down your computer at least two hour a day
If it didn't helps you then simply get the system utility program like PC Fresher that will fix windows errors that cause of overheating

Sep 23, 2013 | Toshiba Satellite Computers & Internet

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How to prevent laptop and Deskto from overheating.


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First of all you need to keep your work space clean at all times so that dust and debris do not get into your unit.

Also you need to maintain airflow a routine maintenance of your machine will keep the unit in order.

If you computer is overheating first thing you do is open the case and clean out the dust.

Also you need to replace the Thermal compound under you heat sync where you cpu is.

  1. First you want to do is take off the cpu fan.
  2. Then you want to wipe the access thermal compound off.
  3. Then you apply the thermal compound by adding one dime size drop in the middle of the cpu (do not spread with fingers)
  4. Then you want to put back on your fan and heat sync.
This will keep your system at normal operating temperatures I would suggest you do this once ever 3 months at the most.



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on Dec 02, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I have heat issue in my laptop. Laptop is getting heated so soon and video is getting very slow. I have nVidia graphic card. Kindly help me out of it.


So i suggest you that you can buy a new cooling pad for your laptop as well as check whether the zink paste is available between the processor and the heat transferring metal for more info reply me

Jun 18, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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The above as over heated and seems to fail after about ten minutes of being on this is an intergrated card can it be fixed without replacing the motherboard it is in an asus laptop.


I suspect that your cooling fan has stopped working or the sealing mating between the fan surface and the CPU is not intact. These fans quit working because dirt and grime gets into the fan shaft and friction slows the fan . also if the fan gets accidentaly moved on the CPU, then this breaks the heat transfer tape between the CPU. This over heating causes the CPU to fail. Open the machine and observe if the fan is running correctly.

Apr 14, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Laptop getting heated


Hi, you must esure the laptop is used on a flat hard surface, as the air vents are on the side and underneath. Laptops are very prone to overheating due to there contruction and design. If this is not the problem and the overheating continues, your machine will need to be looked at proffessionally.

Jul 24, 2010 | LG Computers & Internet

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Tell me about overheating


Overheating usually occurs when the vents are obstructed or full of dust.
Overheating causes that laptop to slow down in terms of processor speed, if the laptop overheats too much then it will shut down to protect itself from damage.

Feb 06, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have a acer aspire 5735 and the bottem of the laptop is overheating and very hot and it shuts down the computer i have to wait till it cools down before it switches on again can anyone help thanks


Best Practices To Avoid Notebook Overheating
To avoid chances of laptop overheating, please follow these practices:
Clean the ventilation openings of your laptop at regular intervals with compressed air.
Always place your laptop on a flat, hard surface like a table etc. Don't place your laptop on blankets or other soft surfaces that can block the fans and air vents on the bottom of the laptop.
Never put the laptop in a restricted space where heat can build up and cause issues.
Install monitoring applications on the laptop that enables you to track the temperatures of processors, hard drives and other system components.
Regulate and optimize the power settings suitably so that the heat generating parts – such as the LCD and storage disc drives – power down if they are not used for a period of time.
If find necessary, you should use a laptop cooling device or a stand for raising your laptop to minimize the chances of heating.
If you are facing overheating issues and the laptop is currently covered under warranty from the manufacturer, report the problems so that the issue can be resolved.

Sep 26, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5735 Notebook

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My asus notebook m6b00 keeps overheating and tunring off why?


Laptop overheating has become a more common problem in recent years as both the CPU chips and the video chips in laptop computers have become more densely packed with transistors, all of which generate heat. With both CPUs and graphic systems generating more heat, laptops can overheat if they are not properly designed or if ventilation and cooling is interfered with. The problem is compounded when manufacturers put desktop components in mobile systems, or when laptop design does not properly provide for laptop cooling under foreseeable normal use of the systems.
Laptop overheating most commonly signals itself by sudden, otherwise unexplained shutdown of an operating computer. If your laptop computer suddenly shuts down for no known reason, there is a high likelihood that the fail safe software in the computer is shutting it down when the computer temperature gets too high. Other signs of overheating notebook computers include constant or excessive fan operation, unexplained memory or operation errors, and inexplicable “blue screens of death.”
The problem often arises when you are using your computer intensively in ways that keep the CPU operating at high capacity and the hard drive and video systems busy as well. Gaming often leads to laptop overheating. Virus scans, compiling software and similar intensive tasks can also bring on the problem. The problem also, not surprisingly, sometimes occurs when the temperatures are high in the setting where the laptop is being used.
The consequences of overheating laptops can be quite serious. Your computer can be damaged, and may end up requiring expensive replacement of major system components, such as motherboards or graphic cards. In addition, medical researchers have reported health issues ranging from sterility to burned genitalia related to use of overheated laptops by fully clothed users.
If you have an overheating laptop and your computer is still under warranty, you should promptly report the problem to the manufacturer and seek their help. Because many manufacturers seem to engage in denial rather than cures with regard to this particular problem, you should also read the information on laptop overheating on this and related sites so you can better understand the causes, the consequences and the possible cures for notebook computer overheating.

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Good luck!

Aug 08, 2009 | ASUS m6n Notebook

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Over heating of laptop


Causes of Laptop Overheating Physical Causes of Laptop Overheating
For a properly designed laptop, the most common cause of overheating is blocked air vents. When dust blocks the fans and air vents designed to cool your laptop, overheating results. (In some cases, blocked vents and poor design are related, as some designs are excessively prone to becoming clogged with dust).
Software Causes of Laptop Overheating
In other cases, laptops overheat because the software designed to protect the laptop – specifically by controlling the operation of cooling fans – does not work properly. In some cases, this is due to problems in the computer’s BIOS, and can be cured by upgrading to the most recent BIOS. In other cases, upgrading or changing the computer’s operating system can cause this software to not function.
If, for example, you have upgraded from Windows ME to Windows XP, the system software designed to operate the fans may no longer work properly. (What’s worse, the laptop manufacturer may refuse to provide support in this instance, on the grounds that you changed the operating system and so are no longer operating the system as it was designed to operate.) In other cases, replacing Windows with Linux has led to this problem if the proper Linux utilities to control laptop cooling were not installed.
Design Causes of Laptop Overheating
In a distressing number of cases, laptop overheating results from poor design by the notebook manufacturers. Some manufacturers cram desktop CPUs into laptop configurations, and do not adequately provide for releasing the heat that these desktop CPUs create. Others simply have failed to provide ventilation and cooling systems appropriate for today’s CPU and video chips, which hold many more transistors than in the past and so generate more heat.
Several class actions have been filed against laptop manufacturers due to overheating laptops, including Toshiba and Dell. Previous class actions have led to settlements under which compensation was awarded to owners of overheating laptops who ran up repair bills trying to get the problem fixed. More class actions related to overheating laptop and notebook computers are reportedly under consideration.check here for more information http://www.fonerbooks.com/lap_fan.htm

Oct 31, 2008 | Compaq Presario Notebook

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