HP Laptop has overheating problem

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My HP laptop overheats whenver I use it for more than 20 minutes. I know there has been issues with laptops containing the Nvidia G84x, but I am not sure if this is the case with mine since it has the same graphics card. How can I check to find out if this is actually the cause? Besides, I think the fan is supposed to control overheating and mine is working but the computer is still overheating. How can I solve this?

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HP Laptop has overheating problem

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Hi Tyrone E Louis

Next declares what type of model your HP is so we can easily assist the situation.

Reason why unit or Computer Over heat.

1. Shortage of virtual memory or Ram Memory so the Processor is using a virtual memory just to cope up with the shortage.
2. The unit is full of authorized software which is running from the background. You should
uninstall the software that you are not using (try using cleaner).
3. The unit is infected with malware (Trojan, Spyware, Worm) this type of virus works so hard to destroy your system that's why your unit gets overheated. The best way for this is to install a new OS. And install your new antivirus for scanning your other drive.

Solution:
Clean your Running application go to the task manager clt+alt+del, try to see what is running that are not necessary and stop it. So it won’t consume the computing power of your CPU and overheating it.
Uninstall application that you are not using or just stop it from auto start up, hers a software that will help you do that ”Ccleaner.com” download it and let in run. Check for YouTube Video on how to use it. Auto run programs are pain in the ass. If they become too crowded in your unit it will consume a lot from you CPU and that’s one of the reason it will overheat.
Try to have an antivirus soft ware make a complete cleaning and making sure that your system is not infected. After the virus is removing uninstall the antivirus software. Why antivirus software eats a lot of your RAM and CPU.

 

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