System overheating and mouse problem

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Why is my laptop emitting much heat and the mouse unresponsive? I have recently upgraded to Windows 8, and the my system stops working properly. The system is now overheating, hanging, most programs would not work, and bluescreen. I upgrade from Windows 7 and the system configuration are: 4 gig RAM, Intel dual core processor. What should I do?

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System overheating and mouse problem

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There are many reasons of computer overheating. Main reasons of overheating listed below.
1. one of the prime reason of computer overheating is People do no keep their computer in a proper manner/position. It is always necessary to take care of your computer’s position. The computer should be placed in such a way that the cooling vents are open to air. If cooling vents are blocked, then the computer starts overheating easily and that too within some time. It is very important to check the computer’s position while using. Maximum times (Most importantly, in warmer days) Keep the computer in cool rooms while using it for some work.
2. Another most important reason can be the “FAN” of the system. It may be possible that the fan is broken. In the case of broken fan, you should ask at repair center and get the fan replaced in working state. When the computer is overheating regularly and if it’s not taken care of at the right time, then do not boot up the system until and unless you get all the problems solved.

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