Problem with my computer

by Dreadzone - 22-10-2015, 06:22 PM
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Posted: 22-10-2015, 06:22 PM (This post was last modified: 22-10-2015, 06:23 PM by Dreadzone.)
So I've recently had some trouble with a laptop that I have that it's constantly warming up, now I've been thinking and sleeping and thinking and came to the conclusion that there could be done one thing maybe to solve it. It's warming up after being up for a hour or so and I would like to know and I'm certainly curious if this problem is going to be fixed by doing:


So what would happen when you put a fin next to the place where the warm heat comes out from the laptop, would it send cool air through the whole laptop or would it send the warm heat in the laptop maybe destroying it or something, This may sound really stupid because I've also had some struggles making this post but you never know.

So what would happen, I'm really planning on doing this but to be sure that it's not going to end up in my computer exploding or going crazy wonkers. 
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Posted: 22-10-2015, 06:37 PM
(22-10-2015, 06:22 PM)Dreadzone Wrote: So I've recently had some trouble with a laptop that I have that it's constantly warming up, now I've been thinking and sleeping and thinking and came to the conclusion that there could be done one thing maybe to solve it. It's warming up after being up for a hour or so and I would like to know and I'm certainly curious if this problem is going to be fixed by doing:


So what would happen when you put a fin next to the place where the warm heat comes out from the laptop, would it send cool air through the whole laptop or would it send the warm heat in the laptop maybe destroying it or something, This may sound really stupid because I've also had some struggles making this post but you never know.

So what would happen, I'm really planning on doing this but to be sure that it's not going to end up in my computer exploding or going crazy wonkers. 

Don't put a fan in front of the vent from where hot air comes out. It will push the warm air back in laptop and may damage the CPU.

If its getting heated up, first thing is to cleanup the dust accumulated in the laptop so that cool air comes in and keeps laptop cool.

Next thing you can do is try to replace the fan if its not working properly.
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Posted: 22-10-2015, 07:16 PM
(22-10-2015, 06:37 PM)RKhan Wrote:
(22-10-2015, 06:22 PM)Dreadzone Wrote: So I've recently had some trouble with a laptop that I have that it's constantly warming up, now I've been thinking and sleeping and thinking and came to the conclusion that there could be done one thing maybe to solve it. It's warming up after being up for a hour or so and I would like to know and I'm certainly curious if this problem is going to be fixed by doing:


So what would happen when you put a fin next to the place where the warm heat comes out from the laptop, would it send cool air through the whole laptop or would it send the warm heat in the laptop maybe destroying it or something, This may sound really stupid because I've also had some struggles making this post but you never know.

So what would happen, I'm really planning on doing this but to be sure that it's not going to end up in my computer exploding or going crazy wonkers. 

Don't put a fan in front of the vent from where hot air comes out. It will push the warm air back in laptop and may damage the CPU.

If its getting heated up, first thing is to cleanup the dust accumulated in the laptop so that cool air comes in and keeps laptop cool.

Next thing you can do is try to replace the fan if its not working properly.

Thanks, I guess I'll have to clean it out from inside because it must of have a lot of dust

I'll try and do the replacing fan soon, I'm currently in financial shit so I'm not really able to afford a new fan at all!
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Posted: 22-10-2015, 09:58 PM
try to install Advance system care and clean temp failes
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Posted: 22-10-2015, 10:00 PM
(22-10-2015, 09:58 PM)Senun90 Wrote: try to install Advance system care and clean temp failes

Could try and do that any suggestions as for software
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Posted: 22-10-2015, 10:10 PM
After you clean up your pc try to organize your cables and stuff look at this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TDokK49Vv9c check this
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Posted: 23-10-2015, 01:02 AM
Thanks, sucked most of the dust out of the laptop and it really seems to be an advantage since my computer runs faster and it doesn't seem to be heating up so much anymore, still got to get the rest out of it but i'll fit!
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Posted: 23-10-2015, 05:32 AM
Yeah as these people already said, dusting your computer is the biggest thing, if your not afraid to pop it open I would also suggest putting some fresh thermal paste on the CPU
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Posted: 23-10-2015, 05:59 PM
I don't know where and how to open my computer that's the only issue, I see a lot of screws but it doesn't really help a lot!
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Posted: 17-12-2015, 08:41 AM
Dusting your computer is the biggest thing, 
if your not afraid to pop it open I would also 
suggest putting some fresh thermal paste on the CPU
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