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Many times overheating will happen if the cooling fan has gotten a build up of dust. Try to vacuum out as much as possible from all the vents. Use canned air or other compressed air (If you have access to an air compressor or a reversible vacuum that has a filter, you can use that), to remove dust build up. Also try to make sure that you set it on a solid surface, or a ventilated but still sturdy surface, and provide a little ventilation space on each side, so that it has a chance of getting cool air to it. Not a soft surface like a bed or your lap.

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