Troubleshooting an Overheating HP Laptop Issues Guide

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Laptops are prone to overheating especially if you do not do anything to prevent it. Overheating can cause severe damage to the devices, although it is normal for your HP laptop to heat up when used continuously, When a laptop overheats, its internal components may refuse or fail to function, resulting in errors and other issues.

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  1. Instructions

    1. 1

      Check for burning odor. Note that any burning odor is not normal and should not be ignored. If the laptop adapter is connected to a power outlet, unplug it.

    2. 2

      Observe the laptop's behavior. Are there are strange noises from your laptop? Touch the laptop surface to check the temperature. If the laptop surface is too hot or if it is emitting any strange sounds, turn if off and allow it to cool down completely. Use it again in a well-ventilated environment and see if the problem still persists.

    3. 3

      Bring the laptop to the nearest HP service center to check if there is a problem with the internal fan or with other internal components. Most laptops have an internal fan to keep it from overheating. If the fan is malfunctioning, the laptop will heat up faster than normal.

    Tips and warnings

 

 

  • Take preventive measures to keep the laptop from overheating. Purchase a reliable "cooling pad" and use it every time the computer is powered on. Do not leave the laptop turned on for long hours and do not use it in places where there is not enough ventilation.
  • Do not allow your HP computer to be in contact with soft surfaces like rugs, clothing or pillow that may block airflow.
  • Manage your  Hp 2230s Battery Power  use. This saves your battery power by reducing power use during idle moments. This can prevent the battery from heating up due to excessive use. Use the "HP Battery Check" utility that is installed in your computer. Under "Power Plan", select "HP Recommended". If you do not have the HP battery check utility installed, download it directly from the HP website.

 

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