Question about HP (221483-001) Laptop Heatsink
Hi, it would be on then fan assembly-you should see a copper heat sink. you can also get a notebook cooler-this is how i solved my excessive heat issue. hope this helps you. see if the fan has not failed. other than that the compound that goes between heat sink and cpu can be dry. also check the cpu power use-with task manager, and see if it is not at a high level. good luck please rate this solution. be well!
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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