Overheating Issues in Toshiba® Qosmio X500
Laptops are designed to work from anywhere the user wants. Toshiba laptops combine the latest in technology and design to ensure maximum performance. The life of a laptop depends largely on the working temperature of the system. Laptop Overheating is not a rare occurrence. There can be many reasons for the overheating of the laptop. Faulty cooling fan, dust collection in the laptop, air vents obstructed, software regulating the fans faulty, and careless use by the user are some of the common causes. Laptop overheating may cause harm to the system.
Following details given below will give users more information on how to Avoid Overheating scenario in Toshiba Qosmio X500:
- Clean ventilation
- Place laptop on hard surface
- Adjust power settings
- Turn off when not in use
Laptop ventilations get clogged with dust very quickly. These ventilations are usually small because of which even little amount of dust can cause overheating. Cleaning vents of your Toshiba Qosmio® X500 once a week with compressed air is recommended.
Place laptop on hard surface
When the laptop is not placed on a hard or even surface it tends to overheat. This is partly because vents on your Toshiba Qosmio X500 become blocked and thus prevent proper air circulation. In case the product is kept on soft surfaces; the fans will be unable to operate efficiently.
Adjust the power settings on your Toshiba Qosmio X500 so that monitor and hard drives power down immediately when they are not in use. This will prevent needless heat generation causing overheating.
It is recommended that your Toshiba QosmioX500 is turned off when not in use. If the system is being taken somewhere else, should be always turned off or put in hibernation state and kept in the carrying case so that overheating does not occur.