Question about Lenovo IdeaPad Z500 Laptop Computer - 593127U - Dark Chocolate
I would remove the bottom cover and clean the fan and radiator as a build up of fluff will reduce the cooling.
Posted on Mar 23, 2014
Just try one thing...
Blow air in the exits of you laptop fans. you can use blower or just try it with you mouth.
Sometimes Laptop fans will not be able to cool down your Processor due dust.
Posted on Mar 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is no way on earth to track your laptop unless you had installed some software that would tell were is it once it's on-line such as "ADEONA" which by the way it's open source. I'm sorry to say but next time you buy one you could protect yourself by installing this kind of solutions. Remember that the worst enemy for a computer is it's user.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
Many laptops accumulate dust inside the fan/heat exchanger assembly over several months or years, and must be removed in order for the laptop to properly cool itself. Depending on how much you use the laptop, it can happen in as little as a matter of months. You may want to ask a laptop repair place how much just to clean out the dust, and see if that works. Sometimes a cooling pad can help, especially if the laptop isn't already on a hard, flat surface.I actually keep my laptop on a small wooden board the same length & width as the laptop with a cooling pad on top of that, and the laptop on top of that, because I often want to set my laptop on my bed, which can smother the air circulation, and cause it to overheat quickly otherwise. Even when on a hard, flat surface, like a table or desk, if I am playing a game, I put it on the cooling pad because games cause the laptop components to generate a lot of heat, and this brand is somewhat notorious for overheating (especially when it has a discreet graphics card).
Posted on Mar 02, 2012
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I think it might be that your PC is too clogged up by various programmes and background runs. I would format and install. (How long have you been using it in years, months? How many different programs on it? How much RAM?)
Posted on Apr 30, 2012
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