How to Resolve Overheating Problems in HP Laptop?

There may have numerous reasons for overheating the HP Laptop that rises due to hardware, software, battery and other environmental factors. Majorly, the HP Laptop gets heated due to improper fans and ventilation, accumulated dust, improper electric supply, or some hardware part that can be an alarming situation for the users. To overcome this issue, a user must take precaution to moderate laptops temperature. As a consequence, HP laptop can get blank or caught fire as well. On the other hand, we bring you some tips so you can manage the heat of your Laptop.

Environmental Analysis

Environmental factors are a most important priority to lessen the heat in HP laptop, check if air flow is not hampered by the dust and improper setting of the fans, look the surface where the laptop is being placed, and make sure it is not heated. Refer to the user manual of HP Laptop to know optimum temperature for the laptop and make sure you adhere the guidelines.

Power Issues

Check the power cable, if inconsistent power supply bothering the Laptop, turn it off. Power on the Laptop without using a power cord, use the battery power instead to diagnose whether heat is created due to the power cable. Also, check the power supply for inconsistent power supply.

Hardware Issues

Disconnect the battery and power to reach instructions in your Laptop manual, you can also download a copy from manufacturers website or call HP technical support phone number to send a manual. Check that if installed RAM is not hot to touch, you can replace the RAM chips to overcome heating. Inspect the fan blades and ensure it’s in a right condition to work. Very often it has seen the Laptop smell like flames inside it, check that unusual smell and see where is coming from?

Firmware Issues

Navigate the power options button and check the desired temperature set by the manufacturers on hardware monitored item; the temperature will be displayed in Fahrenheit and centigrade. Follow the manufacturer’s manual to set optimum level of temperature.

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