Question about Computers & Internet
Either you have a hardware issues, such as memory or fan or an operating system problem, since your laptop is overheating.
First, disconnect all cables and remove the battery. Be certain to dispel static electricity by touching metal. Remove the memory cover. Try reseating (removing and reinserting) your memory (try one module at a time to test).
Take compressed air and blow air around the fan area, since it could be a dust issue.
If still a problem, could be an operating system problem. Boot your system to Safe Mode (press F8 repeatedly). Go to System Restore and choose a date when your system worked OK. Note: with System Restore, everything, including your documents and other files you saved on the hard drive, will roll back to that date.
Hope these suggestions help.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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