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May laptop make noise.

It is like a fan sound or may be hard disk.and it some times get worse

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It Is Mostly due to a cooling problem or over working problem, for cooling you should check your fan if it is working correctly, also try to work using your laptop in a cooler place (Thats good for its parts), for over working problem, try not to open it more than 4 continuous hours.

Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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