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topperking99

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Hi rshaffer61,
Thanks for your reply -

Here are the results:

HDO - 45
Temp1 - 64
Temp2 - 64
Core0 - 52
Core1- 52

The bottom 4 have a flame icon - I'm assuming i means that they are hot -

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rshaffer61

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Yes it is, I suggest that you take it to a repair shop and have them check the cooling system of the notebook. High temperatures in a notebook will destroy it faster then any desktop.
Another suggestion before hand is to open it up and use some compressed air to blow out the system. This may help it in the present if you need time before taking it in. Either way I believe allot of your problem is related to those high readings.

Edited by rshaffer61, 08 May 2009 - 10:18 AM.

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