Question about Computers & Internet
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To prevent damage from overheating, make sure you have a small clearance from the bottom of your laptop and the area where it is located, so that the air can circulate. Also, look for an electric fan and point it towards your laptop to add cooling.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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