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My XPs BURNING up !


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saraveza408

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My XPs Burning up !!!Someone told me to download Speedfan & here is my log.....

Win9x:NO 64Bit:NO GiveIO:YES SpeedFan:YES
I/O properly initialized
Linked ISA BUS at $0290
Linked Intel PIIX4E SMBUS at $2180
Scanning ISA BUS at $0290...
Scanning Intel SMBus at $2180...
Address $30 appears to be WRITE ONLY...
SMART Enabled for drive 0
Found IBM-DJSA-210 (10.1GB)
Found ACPI temperature (54.0C)
End of detection
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Hi saraveza408...

Under the "Readings" tab, what are the temperatures listed on the right side of the window? They should look like the following:
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now theres just Temp1 36C with an arrow pointing down
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Temp 1 is normally the CPU temperature and 36*C is well within the normal operating range.

Are you having problems with the way the machine is running?
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ya the bottom right side of my laptop has been heating up fast & hot.exspecially when Im on Myspace.& I noticed my battery dies super fast lately.Last night when I ran speed fan my temp was 53C.
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53* is a bit hot...even for a laptop. Are the vents clean? You might consider a Laptop Cooler.
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i cleaned all my vents.So a lap top coolers all i need?
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A laptop cooler should drop the temperature enough to keep you from having problems. Laptops and notebooks tend to run a little warmer than desktop machines, but a good rule of thumb is to get (and keep) the CPU temperature below 50*C.
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how do i control CPU?
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By keeping the vents clean and maintaining good air circulation under the machine. A laptop cooler does the latter...it's up to you to keep the vents clear of dust bunnies... :whistling:
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Ok Thanks! Once again Geeks To Go has made my day!I cant tell you guys how much help you all have been for me time & time again!
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