Question about Sony (VPCEB11FM) Notebook
Most likely yout exhaust fan is clogged with dust and lint. You didn't give a model number but some fans are easier to acces than others. Some require disassembly. Excessive heat will ruin your motherboard eventually. If you are not comfortable taking it apart you can try to blow compressed air back throught the exhaust vent for a temp. fix. If you do that stick a paper clip or something else in between the fan vent and fan blades to prevent the fan from spinning when blowing it out. ( a spinning fan will produce an electrical current back through the motherboard connection which you don't want ).
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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