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Prepackaged alcohol swaps worked pretty well for cleaning off the compound. I started using it again but more as a desktop replacement then a portable laptop. Kategorie Praktische Tipps & Styling Lizenz Standard-YouTube-Lizenz Musik "Everytime We Touch" von DJ Team (iTunes) Mehr anzeigen Weniger anzeigen Wird geladen... It took exactly one week, as I received my computer yesterday, Tuesday 2/3/04. his comment is here

They said there are problems with the motherboard. The original system restore discs weren't available. You've gotta be gentle with the power bricks! When the XP logo pops up, it has vertical and horizontal lines convering it and when the desktop should appear, there is (how should I say) static. my company

Thanks! On re-insertion to the motherboard I aligned the chip's pins to the socket whilst the socket was in its unlocked position, then I gently turned the socket's locking screw whilst easing Jason Esterline | January 22, 2006 10:43 AM Thanks for the info, I'll Latest LQ Deal: Linux Power User Bundle Blogs Recent Entries Best Entries Best Blogs Blog List Search Blogs This means that the computer will never slow down because the CPU hot or whatever the reason might be.

Any repairs made at this point will include the redesigned parts. Wenn du bei YouTube angemeldet bist, kannst du dieses Video zu einer Playlist hinzuf├╝gen. This WILL fix your problem. THanks Rush | January 4, 2006 9:12 PM Duh, found the link at the very top.

When it was blocked, the fan speed increased because much less air was being moved. I called dell and told them I was having the same problem and they said that warrenty parts are only covered for 90 days. Thanks, hani17 View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by hani17 05-05-2004, 09:17 PM #2 zack3g LQ Newbie Registered: May

I have an Inspiron 1150 however it quite happily runs as long as it likes at high temperatures without any performance or stability sacrifice.

Tagged with: Computers Dell Inspiron notebook overheating Tweet Share Your Thoughts ( Comments Already) Older Comments (472) Dan & Sherree & Patrick currently uses Facebook for comments. Hochgeladen am 06.01.2010how to clean the heat sync, when i is full with dust it powers off because it is overheated and the fan can`t cool down.....clean like this and will Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. After looking at it last week, I didn't see an easy way to get in there to clear out the dust, so I just used some compressed air in the vents

Could you please explain what method you used to remove the actual CPU from the heatsink?? Bymorid_dll Jan 27, 2007 I have a Dell inspiron 5100 laptop and it the 2.66GHzCPU keeps heating reaching a degree of about 75C = 167F, I downloaded speedfan but it doesn't For additional information you can read the two main dell forum posts on this issue: http://forums.us.dell.com/supportforums/board/message?board.id=insp_general&message.id=139712 http://forums.us.dell.com/supportforums/board/message?board.id=insp_general&message.id=112325 Home - The Problem, The Cause, and THE SOLUTION - Email Dell & Complain Matt | October 27, 2005 12:52 AM Thanks a lot for your help.

thanks a lot! http://divxeo.com/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-5100-fails-to-display.html ASUS Z71V (Z71A) Improving the cooling by adding some thermal paste to the heatpipe. I even tried to put back the old heatsink. The heat goes up (assuming you don't have a furball in the cooling duct) in direct proportion to the amount of work it is performing.

For those interested, the link is here: http://forums.us.dell.com/supportfor...cending&page=1 Also, the thread participants have set up a dedicated page regarding this problem. monica | December 15, 2005 10:44 AM I have this problem with my Dell Inspiron 1100. Speedfan is a great utility but it has some chipsets/CPUs that it simply will not work on, my laptop being one of those as well. http://divxeo.com/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-5100-boots-but-hangs.html Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsGeneral HardwareGeneral Dell Inspiron 1525 Overheating Issues Tags:Dell Inspiron 1525 notebook (intel celer...problemsDell Inspironlaptop Axel Alloy July 7, 2009 at 06:17:05 Specs: Windows Vista,

Attached Files: Inspiron 5100.JPG File size: 42.4 KB Views: 21 Jan 28, 2007 #6 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244 +234 morid_dll said: Hopefully this will help you identify the solution Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Thanks everyone.

At this point with my 5100, I remember that I called Dell and they had me run the fan test, which did pass.

My 1150 was having the same overheat problem. Ive performed tasks several hours long whilst the CPU sits at a toasty 80 degrees without a problem. Jess | August 29, 2005 6:27 PM just finish repairing my friends computer inspirion 1100 same problem as you guys have. If so, I'd check to see if maybe the solder came loose or it otherwise broke off the motherboard.

Yaacov | August 13, 2005 10:12 PM Hi Steve S, This is the same issue that I am currently experiencing with my laptop. Notices Welcome to LinuxQuestions.org, a friendly and active Linux Community. Jeff | October 7, 2005 5:53 PM That worked fine! http://divxeo.com/dell-inspiron/dell-inspiron-5100-batt-question.html In a lot of cases, including mine, removing the heatsink will be unnecessary because the heatsink is well bonded to the CPU and no dust is getting in to hurt the

Therefore, the heatsink, in its now crippled state, is unable to perform it's one and only task, which then causes the processor to overheat and automatically shutdown. but instead shuting down by itself , it freezes in about 5 minutes after I put it on. INVERTER BOARD IS BAD. 2. Suddenly I got some kind of BIOS-error and after restarting the computer again everything seemed to work fine - great.

Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... amber | December 30, 2005 12:19 AM wow this is happening a lot to this type of computer. As to the CPU sticking to the heatsink: I used a jewler's screwdriver to gently pry up under the green board, alternating on all four sides, careful not to scratch it. I guess if it was my own laptop I'd be looking to see if the 3 pins on the power connector on the back of the laptop were still intact.

Several are reporting that after taking the fan/heatsink/CPU apart, the laptop doesn't boot anymore. Dan (Inspiron 5100) Joe Blow | September 13, 2005 4:15 PM Useful information on how to disassemble a 1100.