miércoles, 27 de mayo de 2009

Presario f700 with cpu overheating.


I have a Compaq Presario f700 and the speed of the system is always extremely slow, I uninstalled some heavy programs and yet it is still slow . The CPU has a temperature of 90 degrees. I have a 120gb Hard drive and a 1gb Ram. I am running windows XP professional Service pack 3 with an AMD Semprom(tm) and a 32-Bit operation system. Please help!


Solution:

well my friends ... first of all we must check the temperature of the cpu. For this there is a program called Notebook Hardware Control (NHC). You can download it from the site www.pbus-167.com.

The maximum temperature for an AMD Sempron is 85-90 degrees. At this temperature the pc starts to crash and reboot. The temperature reached was 84 degrees. We checked the fan and it is working properly. The next step is to open the laptop and check the cooling system.

This is the service manual for presario F700.
http://bizsupport1.austin.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c01295900/c01295900.pdf

and this is the laptop disarmed:

We check the cooling system and we found covered the air outlet:


then We clean the fan and airflow chambers and we assemble the laptop. Then turn on the cumputer and open some programs to force the cpu. Immediately open the Notebook hardware control and monitor the temperature, it should not exceed 68 degrees.

This laptop is working satisfactorily.

**Preventive maintenance is recommended at least every six months.






8 comentarios:

  1. Hi, this is a excellent information, but I have to learn more about the importance of temperature, I hadn't idea about that... I hope you write more interesting things like this here. Bye.

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  2. Really good information about computers. I would have enjoyed more your composition about your best vacation, though. Good grammar and layout.

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  3. You're a good friend Luis, you 're so beautiful, the way Rachel met you was really original.
    You could to value and loved... Hey! the information about computer is very good and important! thank you

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  4. I know it's a long time, but this is a very good article------thank you.

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  5. Daniel , my presario f700 is overheating and the fan hears as it's not working properly, somebody has any idea how to replace it? Help me please

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  6. mine goes from 69 to 76 then fan kicks in and it goes back to 69 when fan goes off again

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  7. Could you let me know as I am facing similar issue like this, its boot light just blinks for a second and goes off, this cycle continues but does not boot.

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