#1
Does anyone know anything about this? Basically my laptop overheats to BSOD, and all the fans are clean (basically the fans don't work well and I'm not sure why). I was wondering if this would work cause I saw someone suggest it.

Anyone with any experience on this?
#2
Happens with mine, I just make sure there's a gap in between the bottom of the laptop and whatever surface it's on. So I'll have it resting on my arm partly so air can get to it. Seems to work most of the time.
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#3
First I would do a thorough cleaning of your PC (file-wise, not physically) to make sure your processor isn't working too hard.
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#4
Did you try turning it off and on?
I would suggest that.
I'd give up if that didn't work.

Sorry, I'm not good at helping.
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#6
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First I would do a thorough cleaning of your PC (file-wise, not physically) to make sure your processor isn't working too hard.

and make sure to give it a nice pat on the bum after to make sure its as happy as a laptop can be
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#7
I hear changing the background to a nice snowflake or winter scene also helps with overheating.