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Prevent Laptop Overheating

Use a Laptop Cooler Pad To Prevent Computer Crashes

We all know what it is like when our computer crashes; pretty frustrating. Luckily, most of the time all we have to do is re-boot the computer and things are back to normal. If you find that the crashes are fairly regular then it is because there is something seriously wrong and will need to get looked at quickly.

Overheating is a major factor in computer crashes. Many people assume that when their computer crashes, that it is due to a virus, a part failing, or simply due to the Operating System itself. While some of these may be true, it is more often than not, a symptom of overheating.

A crash due to overheating can be characterized by the entire computer system being unresponsive or, “locked up.” This generally results in you having to manually restart your computer. After restarting, the laptop may seem to operate normally for a time, but eventually it suffers the same crash symptom, regardless of which program you are working in.

Use a Laptop Cooling Pad To Prevent Unexpected Laptop Shutdown

You must remember a time when you were happily working away or playing a game on your laptop and sudden the whole thing just shuts down on you without even a warning of any kind. This unexplained shutdown of an operating computer IS a warning that something isn’t right. Chances are the reason for the shutdown is because the fail safe software in the computer detected too high a temperature and so closed off all working components. Computers will automatically shut themselves down before overheating in order to prevent any further damage.

Once a laptop shuts down, it may refuse to power back up for a fixed period of time. If it begins to reboot and then shuts down immediately then this is a sign that the computer has figured out that it is too hot.

Unless you’ve been working in a hot environment, high temperatures, direct sunlight, etc, you should take a sudden shutdown as a warning to back up your data at the first opportunity and to give the cooling system a serious cleaning.

Use a Laptop Cooling Pad To Prevent Data Loss and the Blue Screen of Death

This is probably one of the scariest moments in a person’s life when they see that Blue Screen of Death come up. A hot temperature in the laptop can be a cause of this and when it happens there really isn’t much you can do about it. Typically, your computer will shutdown automatically after displaying the BSOD, or you may be forced to manually shut it down. Usually the computer will restart itself and run diagnostics to determine what caused the fatal error.

Overheating of the CPU, the RAM or the hard drive can cause data corruption and lead to the laptop locking up and shutting down. If the Blue Screen of Death appears repeatedly, it can be an indicator of a very serious problem, and you may need to reinstall the operating system which is not a job for anyone unfamiliar with computer maintenance.

Use a Cooling Pad To Prevent Sluggish Behavior and a Continuously Working Fan

A very good indicator of whether something isn’t quite right with your computer is when it starts to get sluggish. You will notice this when you click on folders or files and find yourself waiting a few extra seconds before the applications actually open. You may also find that certain or all your desktop programs take such a long time to open and run. There can be many reasons for this sluggish behavior and one of them is overheating.