Dust and debris can accumulate in and around the vents over time, restricting airflow and causing the fans to work harder than normal to dissipate heat. Note: It is not necessary to open the computer to clean the air vents. Turn off the computer, and then unplug the power cord.
Last generation HP Pavilions had some serious overheating issues. This current generation with different hardware would solve that, but that’s not HP’s problem. The problem with HP is the consistently low quality of their consumer laptops.
Your laptop is overheating due to insufficient cooling. Possible causes include dust blocking intake grilles or exhaust vents, a clogged fan, or degrading thermal paste or thermal pad.
< li>Understand your typical laptop performance and settings.
< li>Is the hardware powerful enough?
Overheating can affect the performance of your laptop and often lead to a variety of hiccups such as: B. to system crashes and freezes.
In general this isn’t a cause for concern – computers generate a lot of heat and laptops are very compact so they need to dissipate their heat quickly, causing their outer casing to heat up. However, some laptops get too hot and can be uncomfortable to use.
Hewlett-Packard notebooks have a BIOS setting that allows you to keep the fan on all the time when the notebook is plugged in. With this setting — called “Fans Always On” — you can test your notebook’s fan to make sure it’s spinning freely and getting power.
< li>Cooler problems.