Question about Tiny Computers B1996 19" CRT Monitor
My lab top runing hot .i like to know what can i do to fix this problem
We receive many questions about random slowdowns in games and, unfortunately, most of the time the problem is that our laptops are just plain overheating. When you are playing a game you're really pushing your system to its limits, and many laptops are forced to throttle down to avoid melting down. Sometimes the machine's fan may be faulty, but most of the time the fault lies with a case that simply doesn't do a good job of dispelling heat.
Assuming the fan works correctly, the solution for most of us is to make sure the cooling fins (usually inside one of the vents on the back or side of the laptop) stay clean and free of dust. A periodic blast from a can of compressed air usually does the trick. Canned compressed air is inexpensive and comes with a tube that delivers a powerful blast exactly where you want it, between each fin. You'll be amazed at how much dust comes flying back out at you. Definitely worth the price.
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
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