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Had a similar problem a non-touchscreen 2205 model. The cooling radiator was clogged with dust. You can unplug the power cable, remove the back cover and clean the dust out. I removed the cooling fan and used a toothbrush and vacuum to gently remove the dust matt from blocking the radiator. Use q-tips to gently clean the fan blades as well. Reattach the fan and the computer no longer overheated. By the way, Dell designed the 2205 with not enough ventilation. After cleaning. the CPU idle temperature ran at 39C with the back cover attached and only 29C with the back cover removed. The air flow intake for the cooling fan is taking in warm air due to the Hard drive heat being captured by the back cover.
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