Laptop Cooling – It’s Getting Hot in Here! Maintenance Tips for Your Laptop
That hum your laptop makes? You know, that annoying hum inside your laptop that grows louder with time. Or maybe it’s a persistent clicking or whirring sound from the fan. Perhaps the laptop’s fan is not audible at all and instead the computer gets very hot and even shuts itself down. All of these symptoms could point to a laptop fan failure — and it’s critical to get it checked out.
Should the fan begin to fail then the hard drive, as an example, may sustain damage. This can result in slow performance, data loss and eventually a hard drive crash. Laptop fans provide an essential function the cooling of the internal components,
Laptop fans should be kept clean and sometimes an intensive clean-up can rectify fan problems before they worsen. We recommend that our clients clean their laptop vents at least once every few months. The there are usually at least two vents. One on the bottom for taking in cool air and another on the side or back for exhausting hot air.
Using compressed air to clean out these vents can be helpful in reducing dust inside the computer, and therefore increasing airflow. If you use canned air it’s best to spray in short bursts so that no condensation forms inside your computer.
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