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07-31-2012 01:21 PM
My laptop in running Win 7 x32 and I have upgraded it with 4 GB RAM (2x2GB) ad a SSD disc (OCZ Vertex2).
It runs very smootly but recently it is becoming very hot even when I'm not making hard computing tasks.
It becomes hot just under the keyboard, on the left where I put my left hand... that's where the HD is!
I konw ssd should run cooler that HD... so what's going on? And I think that it is not the ssd that procudes heat, but some other component...
Should I clean some fan? And how?
Every suggestion is appreciated!
07-31-2012 01:36 PM
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08-02-2012 12:13 AM
I have to check and clean fans and gratings.
I updated BIOS to last version when I added 4 GB RAM (it wasn't detected before that) and there are no newer versions.
Windows update installed all necessary drivers - I think
HP is officially supporting onlyWindows Vista and not Seven,so there are no drivers (even if I think most Vista drivers would work on Seven)
Is there anything I must update?