Question about Dell Vostro Computers & Internet
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The cooling fins on the processor chip are plugged with dust. The fan may not be turning fast enough. If that's the case you'll need to replace the cooling fan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cpu overheat
If the cpu is overheating the cooling fan may need to be changed, chances are the laptop will need to be taken apart and cleaned. A can of compressed air is ideal for blowing the dirt out of the heatsink and fan, also! removing the old thermal paste from the processor and heatsink and applying fresh compound will make all the difference.
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