Windows 10: About HP Laptop's update problem

  1.    04 Jul 2017 #1

    About HP Laptop's update problem

    Hi guys...
    Recently I noticed something strange on my Laptop...
    Before I installed some updates on it, it worked perfectly fine. Last night I checked for updates on Windows Update for sure, and this morning, when I tried to insert a CD, played a short music tape, then it suddenly shutted down without any warning.
    How do I suppose to fix this?
    My PC specs:
    HP dv2700, Running windows 10 32 bit, intel core 2 duo t5550 1.83ghz
    PS: It became hot after 30 - 45 minutes. Could this be the problem?
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  2. Posts : 21
    Windows 7 Professional
       04 Jul 2017 #2

    Several things come to mind.
    First-Have you cleaned ALL of the air vents with canned air? This will help reduce temp's by removing and dust.
    Second-when you say hot is it too hot to touch--That is a sign of a possible fan failure, high CPU usage or a combination.
    The computer will shut down if the temperature exceeds operating limits (self protection). You may need to do a "clean install." If you have created a recovery drive, this would be a possible way to restore the machine to new condition. BACKUP all of your data FIRST.
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  3.    05 Jul 2017 #3

    Yeah, you are right, since I haven't done my PC cleaning for a long time, so that could be a problem.
    Anyway, can you show me how to completely remove Deep Freeze without setup or clean install? I would be really appreciate if you could help me :)
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  4. Fisher Mann's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro x64 17133.1 Slow
       05 Jul 2017 #4

    Not sure about your CD issue, if it was drivers it probably wouldn't even start the cd. Anyway I have a HP Spectre and they have a reputation for running hot. Not sure about the dv2700 heat but you could check the HP forums. I have a small free app on my Spectre to keep an eye on temp but my main defense against heat is a cooling pad. Also you need to allow the vents to be able to breathe. I have a 11 yr old Dell Inspiron 1720 that is alive and well. Up to three months ago it had been running 12 to 18 hours a day 365 days a year without a hitch. I really believe what helped keep it alive that long was it always was on a cooling pad. They're cheap now and worth it IMHO.
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  5.    05 Jul 2017 #5

    Oh, I almost forgot one thing. Well, sometimes it shuts down without any warning, while the CPU hasn't reached the maximum temp ??? May be because of the video card or sth else? Because I have seen many people using HP laptop said that they have the same issue with the video card.<br>Any ideas?
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