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The first step is to clean up the air ventilation blinds. Shut down your laptop and remove the battery. Use a soft brush (and if possible air under pressure) to clean up pedantically the air blinds all around the laptop. In case of using air under pressure leave the laptop to "rest" (and the temperatures and humidity to balance) for about 15 minutes. Check for your problem again after this. If the problem insists you may have a faulty fan. In this case you have to open the laptop's case and replace the fan. This procedure isn't very easy and I suggest visiting a service center or a technician.
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