Do you charge your laptop for bigger hours than needed? Do you feel your laptop to be hot enough for your laps? Then it’s high time that I warn you, that you motherboard is on the verge of being damaged. As at times overheating of your laptop certainly puts you in a costlier trouble. So for the same reason I have listed up a set of symptoms and troubleshooting methods that can probably save you from facing a bigger disaster of buying a new laptop.
What if your system stops supporting your commands? Does your laptop starts beeping, freezes, restarts by itself or shuts down after it has been on for some time take it 10-15 minutes or more. And the disasters happen even if you restart your system, and keeps on hampering you every few minutes. It simply signs that it’s high time that you pay attention to your motherboard.
It has been finely observed and tested that most of the laptops enters into the overheating trouble as the fan intake is blocked either from placing the laptop on a soft surface or by dust. Probably the easier one will be to let it cool down before your start it again that may take up to 30 min. Also in case you feel that dust is the reason of your trouble then get a compressed air can and try to clean it now. If you try this can it will also cool your laptop.
Another reason behind the overheating of the laptop may be a mal-functioning fan. Also if the fan is almost dead your laptop will inform itself. This is done by an error message occurring on your screen immediately after you switch on your system. At times even the problem occurs if the fan’s fins are just loose or broken and won’t move enough air to cool the laptop. In either case you should try cleaning the fan(s) and heat sink(s) with compressed air. That is best done outside, as usually there is a surprising amount of dust accumulated in there. If the laptop continues to overheat, you will need to bring it to a repair shop. So its high time you give attention to your laptop as it means allot to you, isn’t it?
This may also happen even if you have by mistakenly drop your laptop and that too in a working condition, then probably this may result in breaking of the screws holding the heat sink. And if this is the situation, then I assure you are in a big trouble as the laptop will overheat in just a couple of minutes as the CPU has lost contact with the heat sink and is not cooled at all. And probably you now need to see a professional technician.
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