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CPU warming

Pavilion g6-1250sj
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

hello,

my CPU warming up to 98 degrees Celsius.

after a few minute the computer shutting down.

 

how can i solve the problem?

 

thank you

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CPU warming

It is an older laptop and the thing that naturally occurs to a technican would be to open it up and clean out around the cooling fan and apply new thermal compound between the top of the processor and the fan/heatsink unit. 

 

You can achieve some of the same positive effect by sticking a paperclip in the fan vent to hold the fan from spinning and then blast very strong air into the vent to blow out any dust accumulation. Sometimes that is enough. 

 

Let us know if there are other questions. If you want to try to disassemble and do the whole repair job we can likely get you the manual and even a video. 

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