Solved Sony Laptop Gets Heated Up Quite Often

Sony Vpceb36fg
October 22, 2011 at 17:25:32
Specs: Windows 7 premium, 4gb
I m using Sony Laptop vpceb36fg Spec Here (4Gb RAM, 1Gb Grphc Crd, i3 2.4Ghz) Since One Year, Recently Found It Is Getting Heated Up Quite Often, n Even Playing Norm Res Video Shows CPU 100%, n GamePlay is Too Sluggish.

I Even Reinstalled The OS Still Same Problem.
Windows Exp Index Fallen From 5 to 2.9 In Graphic Section

Plz Advice Which Compent May Be Faulty Or May Result Fault


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#1
October 22, 2011 at 20:36:28
Run msconfig, go to Start tab, uncheck all except MS & antivirus, apply and restart machine. This will remove many things from starting with Windows and reduce your CPU load and reduce heat created.
Blow out dust from laptop with compressed air can from computer or office supply store to improve cooling ability. Install Speedfan or similar to monitor your temperatures.
If you reinstalled from recovery partition or recovery disk set then you may need to do some updating, but if you installed from a windows install disk, you will need to download the system's drivers and install them and then do the updating.
Post back results for more advice.

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


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#2
October 23, 2011 at 01:24:01
I tried Stopping most apps using tuneup util12, but the heat slightly came down but stil very considerable.

But the comedown of graphic rating in windows exp index doubts me reg mem down


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#3
October 23, 2011 at 04:24:21
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you may want to follow the advice given with compressed air and vacuum, if that fails to cool down the sytem, go to youtube, find a vid of how to take your machine apart, follow the vid, give the machine a full clean out and change the thermal paste on the vedeo card/chip cooler.

i hate computers!
but cant help myself....


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#4
October 23, 2011 at 08:34:17
Thank you for your advice,
cooling fan might not be a good idea as this will decrease the mobility. Thanks for the alternate one.

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#5
October 23, 2011 at 19:28:17
"cooling fan might not be a good idea as this will decrease the mobility"
No one mentioned using an external fan! The advice was simply to clean out your cooling system built into your laptop (2 different ways) and make it work for you again properly.
I am changing my advice, take it to a pro and have it fixed correctly. If neither explanation above makes enough sense to you to point you in the right direction, then you probably should not be messing around with a piece of delicate equipment like a laptop computer.

Private rant: They should be called "portable computers" not laptops since they should not be used on a 'lap', bed or other soft surface. This only promotes poor usage and overheating.... Ok, I'm done, Sorry I had to get that out.

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


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#6
October 24, 2011 at 03:57:21
oye oye sir,
Message Clarified.

Thanks 4 additional info..


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