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  1. When I disassembled the laptop there wasn't much dust inside. After I cleaned it there was no noticeable improvement. The laptop was in the fridge for a day and there was no improvement, so do you think that would rule out overheating as a problem? I thought maybe if there's a short due to the damaged backlight the power supply could be overtaxed or damaged. Thanks.
  2. Thanks for replying. The fan is on pretty much constantly and runs at high speed often. In my research into the problem I found that this model is known to run hot. The fan failed once and I had it replaced about 6 months ago. To me the fan seems weak, the exhaust is barely detectable by hand. I tried to improve that by adding a cooling pad with a fan but it did not help. I actually, believe it or not, put the laptop in my refrigerator and ran it from in there using the external display I normally use. The problem did not improve. I measured the fan outlet temperature and it was 140F n
  3. Hello, I have a well documented problem that has developed over the past few months. All of my web browsers (IE, Chrome, Firefox, Opera) have been giving errors similar to "cannot display webpage", "Aw Snap", "webpage is unavailable", or "webpage crashed". This type of error just means I often have to reload to the page many times to get it to load. I have run a lot of diagnostic tests including the Aida64 program and I have data from Performance Monitor. I have good internet connection I use Ethernet or Wifi same problem but my other devices are fast and stable when browsing. I c
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