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You have to check 2 options:
1.Try to clean up any air inlets - outlets using a brush. In case it's available use air under pressure to throw away the dust from the ventilation grids, but after this leave the laptop to calm for some minutes. Avoid closing the ventilation grids with any objects (especialy blunkets etc when in bed)
2.Update the VGA drivers. Right click on my computer - click on properties - choose the hardware tab - click on device manager - click on the + before the VGA adapter line - right click on the devise that will expand - click on update device driver - choose auto intallation - click on next - in case of an question about the source choose internet update.
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