Question about Toshiba Qosmio F45-AV410 Notebook
Under load the fan will kick in and stop as the temperature gets hot. This is normal.
If it is doing this on a reguar basis, you can do the following
1.) Download a copy of a hardware monitoring tool (everest is good) as a trial, note the indicated temperatures that appear on the toolbar, up to 60 degrees is ok under load, after that, you have an overheating problem.
2.) Either take the laptop to a shop and get it cleaned out (dust and dirt accumulate in the fan and coooling matrix), or try this yourself. You can try vacuuming the intake and outlet ports for the fan, but this is not the best solution.
3.) Obtain a USB cooling pad, these are ludicrously cheap on the lies of ebay at less than £4.00 delivered from some suppliers and reduce operating temperatures by 15-20 degrees if placed correctly
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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