Why my HP Presario CQ50 Heat too much and suddenly goes off?

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I bought this laptop in 2008 and immediately noticed the unusually heating up, the battery doesn’t last long when not on power and takes about 20 minutes. It recently went off after heating up, took it to the technician but has experienced this problem again. How can I resolved this, I have already replaced the battery but still the same problem exists?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #84875

Why my HP Presario CQ50 Heat too much and suddenly goes off?

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The most common cause of laptops that heat too much is due to environmental factors. If the temperature of the room is too high this can result to overheating, another example exposing the laptop to direct sunlight through the day or putting it on a metal surface or blocking the ventilation with a stack of book or papers or too much usage. To overcome all this, first is to shut down your laptop or set into postponement when not in use. Run the laptop with a less battery because batteries can also generate a huge amount of heat it may also help laptop’s power consumptions. Shut down any components when not in use.  You can also buy computer compressed air, just blow air into the fan grill at the bottom and side of your laptop.

Answered By 0 points N/A #84876

Why my HP Presario CQ50 Heat too much and suddenly goes off?

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Hi.. The most common factor why laptops overheat is that the cooling fan vent and heatsink grills are clogged up with dust, check if there is excessive dust clogging up the cooling fan duct and if there is, try using compressed air to blow the dust out. The cooling fan duct is either located under the laptop casing or at the side. You battery will drain fast especially when the processor gets to hot as it literally exerts more effort and the also the cooling fan's RPM increases to cope up the cooling of the very hot processor.

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Why my HP Presario CQ50 Heat too much and suddenly goes off?

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Hallo Oderog,

Since you have replaced the battery already, then I suspect that the problem may be with your laptops fan. The laptop fun may be faulty and therefore it is not performing its functions as required. When the computer overheats, the fan is supposed to increase the rate at which is moving so as to cool down the system.

So might want to consider returning the laptop to the technician and let him check for the fan to verify if it is indeed faulty, a case which will require that you replace it or repair it so that it fans the system in the right way and allows for cooling when the system seems to be heating up.

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Lee Hung

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