Question about Toshiba Satellite A75-S206 Notebook
I personally had this model for about a year. It was one of the last laptops to have actual Pentium 4 processors put in it. They create a ton of heat and the heatsink design will clog just like the lint catcher in your dryer. Try this:
1. Take out of the battery and remove the AC Adapter
2. Flip the laptop upside down and locate the two fans towards the back corner.
3. Using an air compressor, shortly shoot air into those fans shooting towards the back of the laptop. (can of air is never strong enough)
4. You should see dust and **** fly out the back.
Note: this is not generally very good for your fans so try not to overkill them. You can keep your laptop in clean areas and even use one of those cooling pads but you will still get dust to stack up inside. I personally did this to my laptop every 2-3 months to keep it clean.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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