Question about Toshiba Satellite A75-S1253 (PSA70U1YC00E) PC Notebook
Here are a couple things to look for or do.
Get a can of compressed air and blast it into the vents on the bottom and sides of the notebook. This will hopefully blow out some dust and let the notebook "breathe" better.
When you power on the notebook look in the vents to verify the fans are spinning. If they are not then the notebook would heat up very quickly and would probably eventually overheat and turn off.
Some notebooks get very hot, which is not necessarily out of the ordinary. This excess heat is why notebooks are called notebooks and not laptops (because people were getting burnt by the notebook being on their lap).
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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