Overheating in Lenovo® G555 Laptop
Are you facing overheating issues in Lenovo G555 laptop and need tips to fix and prevent them?
All computers generate heat when they are in use. In normal cases, the amount of heat produced will be dissipated to the surroundings easily, because of which users will not notice the heat generation. Overheating can drastically reduce the life of a computer. If your Lenovo G555 laptop is overheating the problem will have to be solved as soon as possible. There are many reasons as to why your Lenovo G555 laptop is overheating. Clogging up of air vents by dust or other particles, malfunction of the cooling fan, problems with the software regulating fan speed, circuit board problems, etc. are some of the common reasons. If Lenovo G555 laptop is generating a lot of heat, you need to take some measures to fix the issues.
Following points discuss about the tips to prevent and solve overheating issues in Lenovo G555 laptop:
- Switch off the system when not in use
- Clean air vents
- Change power settings
Switch off the system when not in use
You are advised to turn off the system when not in use. Even if the system is in idle mode, the processors and internal components will be generating heat. Switching off the system when not in use will help in preventing unnecessary heat generation. Overheating can decrease the life of the hard disk as well as other components in Lenovo G555 laptop.
Clean air vents
Your Lenovo G555 laptop has air vents which permit the circulation of air which helps the system stay cool during operation. With time, such air vents can get clogged with dust or other minute particles which will cause obstruction to the air flow. So, you are advised to clean the air vents periodically so that air flow will be smooth. You are also advised to keep the system in such a way that the air vents are not obstructed by other objects around the system.
There are many options on Lenovo G555 laptop which can help you to save power and thereby reduce heat generation. Settings, such as screen turning off after few minutes of system being in idle mode, hard disk powering down, etc. will help avoid unnecessary heat generation in Lenovo G555 laptop. This will greatly increase the life of your Lenovo G555 laptop.