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Lab-tops are notorious for cooling issues. It's not necessarily a defect, but something that can't be fixed without a good ventilated area. the Lab-top has to get air from somewhere, and unless you don't mind not have a keyboard to use, the air intake HAS to be on the bottom. So the problem is a long known general issue with lab-tops. This of course would come from me assuming that the unit is a Lab-top. Hope the cooling fan pad is working nicely, and not too much of an issue.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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