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Laptop Overheating Causes Shut Down

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Can you see smoke or smell a burning odor? Never play with fire. If you see smoke or smell a burning odor, it's not something you can afford to ignore. In some instances,

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Is the air temperature high or is the laptop in direct sunlight? All laptops will overheat if you use them in a cruel enough environment. Obvious examples are stifling hot attics, vehicles without air conditioning in the summer and placed on hot surfaces. Hot surfaces aren't limited to radiators or desks touching steam pipes, they also include dark surfaces the get a lot of direct sunlight, even if they are located indoors.

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Is the battery too hot? Some people are more sensitive to temperature than others, so using "too hot to touch" isn't a great troubleshooting technique. Unfortunately, very few people have a thermometer around capable of measuring temperatures through the normal operation range of a battery, including most computer technicians,

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Have you noted that the fan never runs? Most laptop users are accustomed to hearing the cooling fan(s) straining away during certain intensive computing operations, and even the quietest, best behaved notebooks normally run the fan at low RPMs during normal operation.

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Did you recently upgrade the BIOS? Anecdotally speaking, it seems that "my fan never comes on anymore" problems often occur after a BIOS upgrade. Manufacturers generally encourage users to install the latest BIOS version available for the model on the manufacturer's website, and if you call tech support with an in-warranty fan or overheating problem, the first thing they are likely to do is tell you to upgrade to the latest BIOS. The problem is, the notebook really should operate normally with the BIOS version you purchased it with, or they shouldn't have sold it to you.

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