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Windows 7: BSOD upon closing lid

10 Sep 2013   #71
danielca

Windows 7 x64 bit home premium
 
 

Was that before you removed the long list of miss-installed drivers of afterwards?

Before.

I understand that when you disable the wireless adapter you don't get a BSOD, but for how long did you test it out because we clearly see the issue come and go indays time.
Also when you disabled the wireless were you connected to the internet through the NIC or wired connection or none at all?


Didn't test it for very long, I should do so when I can. If NIC means wireless then I was connected via wireless. My laptop does sometimes reach 90+ degrees from what RealTemp tells me, but that is usually when I'm rendering a video on Vegas Pro or other video making programs. When I'm playing games it's usually 60 - 80... which I think is still a bit unhealthy.

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11 Sep 2013   #72
danielca

Windows 7 x64 bit home premium
 
 

Finished both a full KAskerspy scan and windows defender scan with no issues/malware found. I don't think I suffer from any viruses, my anti-virus is quite good.
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11 Sep 2013   #73
YoYo155

Windows 10
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by danielca View Post
Before.


Didn't test it for very long, I should do so when I can. If NIC means wireless then I was connected via wireless. My laptop does sometimes reach 90+ degrees from what RealTemp tells me, but that is usually when I'm rendering a video on Vegas Pro or other video making programs. When I'm playing games it's usually 60 - 80... which I think is still a bit unhealthy.
Ok now As I said before one major change at a time makes it easier to diagnose.

No that is not very healthy at all, if you are feeling comfortable in cleaning it yourself and you are not under warreny, I recommend following the steps below.

warning   Warning
The Following Steps Will Void Your Warranty!


Addressing the overheating issue:
  • Make sure you can hear or see the fan working, if it is continue with these steps.
  1. Shut-Down the PC
  2. Unplug from the power brick.
  3. Remove the battery.
  4. Let the PC cool down for as long as needed until its only warm to the touch or not at all.
  5. Buy a can of compressed air.
  6. If you have a cover on the bottom that can be unscrewed, remove it for grater access.
  7. When using the compressed air, use short bursts and DO NOT! use it upside-down!!
  8. First blow into the intake (the grill with the fan) again short bursts.
  9. Next do the same to the exhaust.
  10. If you have access the opposite side of the fan blow through there as well.
  11. Next grab a flashlight and point it inward from the exhaust and look for anything that may be blocking the light from passing through when looking from the intake side (the fan).


Happy cleaning


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11 Sep 2013   #74
danielca

Windows 7 x64 bit home premium
 
 

Hmmm not even sure if i'm still under warranty... so do i just open the back and blow on the fan? it does seem a little dusty...

and ooo i won't be able to access one of those compressed air cans where i live x.x
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11 Sep 2013   #75
YoYo155

Windows 10
 
 

The ball is in your court now,
The steps above cover what you need to know .
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11 Sep 2013   #76
danielca

Windows 7 x64 bit home premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by danielca View Post

and ooo i won't be able to access one of those compressed air cans where i live x.x
what now?
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11 Sep 2013   #77
YoYo155

Windows 10
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by danielca View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by danielca View Post

and ooo i won't be able to access one of those compressed air cans where i live x.x
what now?
Editing the post doesn't generate an E-mail notification, which I relay on.

Well, basically you can use any directed air flow (blowing away! not a vacuum cleaner)
Just make sure it's not too powerful.
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11 Sep 2013   #78
danielca

Windows 7 x64 bit home premium
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by YoYo155 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by danielca View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by danielca View Post

and ooo i won't be able to access one of those compressed air cans where i live x.x
what now?
Editing the post doesn't generate an E-mail notification, which I relay on.

Well, basically you can use any directed air flow (blowing away! not a vacuum cleaner)
Just make sure it's not too powerful.
ugh... not sure what i can get other than a straw and then i blow it myself...

this country x.x
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12 Sep 2013   #79
danielca

Windows 7 x64 bit home premium
 
 

I'll try and deal with the whole dust clearing thing as soon as I can.

I got another BSOD as i closed my lid last night before going to sleep.

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It felt as if the turning off wireless adapter was going smoothly until it was if the adapter froze and when I closed the lid of course, it didn't enter sleep mode and BSOD
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12 Sep 2013   #80
danielca

Windows 7 x64 bit home premium
 
 

Thinking of getting a check-up next time i'm in the US
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