Feb 02, 2010 - 07:58 PM
Could be an issue with the heatsink or possibly cpu not functioning efficiently i.e. overclocked.
Do you have enough ventilation going around your laptop? Make sure your vent holes are not blocked in any way. If your laptop is a little old then it could be a lot of dust inside. Its amazing how much dust hardware collects.
You can maybe try a USB cooling fan, see if that makes a difference.
There is this software called cpuidle. Maybe try that. It is reported to lower the temp http://www.cpuidle.de/downloads.php
But before you try any of the above, how old is your laptop? If it is pretty new or still under warranty then I would suggest you take it back.
Do remember if it keeps overheating there is the chance of further damage being done.
Feb 06, 2010 - 04:26 AM
once thanks for the solution
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