Cleaning your laptop and devices is something a lot of computer users forget to do all the time. We’re sometimes not aware of the dust or lint that can clump up inside our computers. This can create problems down the line and should be dealt with quickly. Here’s our guide to safely cleaning your laptop inside and out. Things that
When you feel the bottom of your laptop getting quite warm for long periods of time, it might be a sign that your laptop is overheating. Laptops do warm up from the heat generated by the processors, but that heat is usually dispersed quickly by its internal cooling system. This system is made up of the heat sink and fans.
Your laptop’s fan works to disperse heat and keep the device at the right temperature. This keeps the system running smoothly, and prevents overheating. When it’s working properly, you should only hear a gentle whir that won’t disturb you too much. But if you start to hear it running more loudly and more often, you should probably look into
If we think of a computer as a living being, the motherboard would be the nerve centre that connects everything else together. These components include the processor, storage, video card, and so on. The brain of the computer, the Central Processing Unit (CPU) then decides what to do with all the information and signals passed along through the motherboard. So
This HP Pavilion DV6 laptop has been over-heating and recently has broken its bottom casing at the left hand side. Due to the damage, the laptop lid can no longer close. How To Repair Your Laptop Since the bottom casing is broken, we will need to replace it. This bottom casing is underneath the laptop's motherboard, fan, heatsink, screen and everything else so