The following list describes some of the issues caused by overheating in the notebook:
Games stop responding during play.
Windows stops responding during use.
Fans inside the notebook become louder because they are spinning faster as the laptop gets hot, to remove the heat.
When starting the laptop, it sometimes stops at a black screen and does not open into Windows. Windows usually stop responding when it does open.
The following list describes some causes of excessive heat:
Dust inside the laptop.
A new component, such as a hard drive, is added. The extra component causes the power supply to work harder and generate more heat. Extra heat also radiates off the new component and adds to the temperature inside the case.
Over time, some cooling fans might slow down and wear out, as the laptop is getting hot, depending on the usage of the laptop.
I am very thankful for the steps mentioned above, But they don't seem to work really good for me. I was hoping if there was a way to cimpletely control the fans inside the pc... this laptop has two fans and they work when the heat is above a certain treshold, and that treshold is high, at about 60°c. But if the fans were controlled by me or automated using a software then I would have set the fans to work even before the laptop heats up thus maintaining a fairly moderate temperature, I guess.
3)Enter the serial number of your device or select let HP detect your product option.
4)Select the country from the drop-down.
5)You should see the HP phone support number or Chat option listed.
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