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Over heating issue.

Any ideas how i can solve the over heating issues. Do i have to open up and clean the dust ? Any advice is helps.

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Dust is a main thing inside the computer, or try keeping it off for a while, Usally my computer never heats up I remember the first time i cleaned out the dust, Yuck!

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