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Sure it's probably over-heating. you can blow compressed air into the exhaust vent but that's a band aid at best. All that does is blow the giant dust clog deeper into the system for even more trouble later. The best method,the only way I'll clean a laptop, is to take the thing apart & remove/dissasemble the cpu heatsink & fan,then clean it out with air. Also, apply new thermal paste if you do this. It sounds scary but if you put the screws from the bottom in a container,another for the top ones & take your time,even a complete novice with a screw driver can do it. Good luck.
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