Processor overheating

  RussG 18:53 28 Sep 07
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Just replaced the hard drive on my Dell laptop Inspiron 1100(see my post earlier this week) but having problems installing XP, the system kept shutting down half way through. I ran the diagnostics disc and it is reporting the processor overheating (which it is , hot).
The laptop cooling fan is working, I can hear it and also checks OK running the diagnostics. Would there be a fan on top of the processor , could this have failed. Problem is getting inside the thing, there are 2 screws under the screen hinge , needs the screen removed to get to them and I can't see how to get the screen off. Anyone got any suggestions?
Cheers
RussG

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 19:39 28 Sep 07

Try just cleaning the grilss out first (blow through or suck out with a vacumn cleaner).

Make sure you sit the laptop ontop of something to lift it clear of a sufarce that may restric air flow.

  beeuuem 19:40 28 Sep 07

Does this help?click here

  beeuuem 19:43 28 Sep 07

PS click on the photos for large pics.

  RussG 19:53 28 Sep 07

Forum to the rescue once again.
Get onto this tomorrow.
Many thanks
RussG

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