Once again, these are completely and totally normal CPU temperatures for a modern laptop. Manufacturers deliberately set the fans as low as possible in order to reduce noise and power consumption, with the result being that the CPU's get hot -- but still well below their design temperature (which for a modern Sandy Bridge processor is 100C, or 212F, though I would not recommend running them hotter than 80C, or 176F, in normal use). You're still well below those limits. Note that the fruity laptops typically run their CPU's at 80C, as you can probably tell if you put one of them on your lap and it leaves a red mark on your left leg
You *may* be able to set the fan speed in the BIOS screen, or *may* be able to use a program like Speedfan to speed it up, or *may* be able to use your manufacturer's power control program (that came with the computer) to adjust the fan speed, but if you can't do any of that, well. It's not going to hurt your CPU. Your CPU can literally be boiling hot before it is too hot, and your CPU temperature is well below even what the fruity laptops run their CPU's at.