Solved acer aspire 5560 laptop overheating

May 21, 2013 at 03:17:07
Specs: Windows 7 Ultimate, AMD Quad-Core A6-3420M APU with Radeon HD Graphics 1.50 GHz/4GB DDR3
acer aspire 5560 laptop to type that. Laptop is on a laptop cooler and so it goes up to 80 degrees, While only a browser is running only. probably operates as a fan blows the hot air from the side. OCCT program, raising the temperature of the laptop. It is possible that the fan is not working properly? In my opinion, a browser should not warm up to 80 degrees from the laptop. The left side of the laptop is the fan and heat up when the keyboard is very hot. Long-term uncomfortable hot keys to press with your hands.

AMD Quad-Core Processor A6-3420M
AMD Radeon HD 6520G

I'm sorry, but I just kinda English, so I'm using googletranslatee. I hope I described my problem clearly. Thank you in advance for your answers.

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May 21, 2013 at 05:57:29
Make sure the ventilation slots on the side of the laptop and underneath it are not blocked with dirt and dust.

If the keyboard is getting hot there is something seriously wrong with it. Maybe the cooling fan has stopped working so have it looked at by someone who knows where and what to check.

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May 21, 2013 at 06:26:09
not blocked by dust or anything not even breathe freely, because they feel as a fan site exhales. any possible type of error?

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May 21, 2013 at 13:04:50
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It's not caused by an error, overheating is caused by a hardware fault. Perhaps the fan is not spinning fast enough. You need to take it to a repair shop so they can open it up and have a look inside it.

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May 21, 2013 at 19:55:19
Internal ducts and heat sink fins can be clogged with dust even if the external vents appear to be clear, blow the vents clear with a can of compressed air from computer or office supply store. Open covers on the bottom an repeat.

Check in Task Manager to see if CPU usage is high when it should be minimum or idle, if it is high, let us know and we can give you some advice on fixing this (possible infection or at least a program or programs running in the background that should not be).

If not these then the laptop will need to be disassembled either for cleaning, or possibly resetting the heat sink or replacing the fan. If you are not up to this type of repair or it is still under warranty, take it to a professional at this point and make sure you tell everything you have already tried since this will save them time and possibly save you money.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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May 22, 2013 at 02:25:40
Thank you for your help. The same program that monitors the CPU is 1500MHz or above, and is constantly spinning. I think you should not ever go to elements of performance. A similar laptop idling 600 from 700 runs.
unwanted program is not on theory, because I formatted the HDD.
I contacted Acer it just has not reported back guarantee hope to improve / replace
(to be no problem to windows 7 64 bit and not 32 bit?)

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