Overheating issues in Toshiba® Satellite T100
Why does overheating occur in Toshiba Satellite® T100?
Sometimes your Toshiba Satellite® T100 laptop might get overheated with no apparent reason. There are many factors that could cause this problem, from driver conflicts to hardware malfunctioning. You might have to go to your provider to fix this problem, but before that try to fix it by yourself. The Toshiba Satellite® T100 overheating might happen for several reasons:
- Fans not working
- Software or driver conflicts
- Application running on Toshiba Satellite® T100
Fans not working
If you are running a new operating system (OS), your computer might stop the fans as soon as the OS initiates. Try to restore the old OS that was installed on your Toshiba Satellite® T100 to see if this is the problem. See if you get the same problem in 64-bit. Also, turn the ACPI off. If the fan stops when your system is loading, change the BIOS version to 4.20 to resolve the issue. The driver to encounter overheating always controls the GPU performance. If the computer shuts down automatically it might be a safety measure taken by it. Also, try to clean the hardware and see if some wire is blocking the fan. Also, try to see if a cable is blocking the fan, as this could be another problem of Toshiba Satellite® T100 overheating.
If you are using your laptop in a hot environment, the components might get overheated even if they are well ventilated. Try to place a fan on every component. Even an external fan pointed towards your computer might do the trick as it cools all the components at the same time.
This is the most common reason for Toshiba Satellite® T100 Overheating Problem. Some new program might install a new driver on your laptop that is not accepted by the system. The graphic card usually gets overheated because of most demanding PC games. Try to install the new driver, even if that means a compromise on quality.
Application running on Toshiba Satellite® T100 Tasks that run on your computer might be another reason for your Toshiba Satellite® T100 overheating. The daily antivirus scan or some other maintenance programs might use the hardware at maximum. In addition, demanding PC games might cause this problem as they are using many computer resources namely the source, processor, graphic and audio card at the same time. Try to clean your computer for dust more often.