Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
I HAVE A DELL E 1505 LAPTOP AND I THINK MY PROCESSOR IS OVERHEATING. WHENEVER I USE IT A LONG TIME, LET'S SAY, THE SCREEN BECOMES BLACK-I CANNOT SEE ANYTHING AND THE COMPUTER IS VERY WARM. AND I DON'T HEAR THE FAN WORKING AS IT USE TO WORK. IF I SHUT THE COMPUER DOWN AND TURN IT BACK ON IT'S WORKING AGAIN UNTIL I AM DOWNLOADING SOMETHING OR WATCH A MOVIE
I would buy a can of compressed air and see if cleaning out some dust will get the fan blowing the way it should. It definitely sounds like it is overheating and cleaning out the dust may be the most cost effective way to start. Let me know how you make out.
Posted on May 28, 2008
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