Question about Sony VAIO PCG-7Q1L Series Laptop Charger (1300666LMD0011958)
If the problem is truly overheating, then your fix is better cooling.
Usually the cause of overheating on a laptop is that the ventilation slots are clogged with dust so in most cases, just taking a can of compressed air and using it to blow the dust out of all the slots can be enough to restore proper ventilation to your machine. You should be able to pick up a can at any electronics or department store. Use it to blow out all the slots on the side and the bottom of your machine. Make sure to pay special attention to those slots that have a fan attached.
If that doesn't work and you still suspect that it's because it's overheating, you can look into buying cooling trays specifically made for laptops. Something like this: http://www.everythingusb.com/belkin_laptop_cooling_pad_13845.html
Hope that helps.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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