Question about Dell Inspiron 1525 Notebook
Please do the following:
1.Update the BIOS/Firmware of your notebook through the manufacturer's support site.
2. If it still persist, and still under Warranty, contact manufacturer's tech support, usually replacing the heat sink and fan resolves the issue.
3. Furthermore, you can attached a cooling mat or fan.
4. If your system is no longer under Warranty, you can have a local tech cleanup your fan and re-apply the appropriate thermal past.
Please post your comment if the information has been helpful which will be helpful in improving my support assistance. Thank you and regards.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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