I know this is not very directly related to the preps (you may stop reading from now on if you are extra wary) but still many of us face this difficulty. I have this 2007 model Dell Inspiron 1420 and it has started overheating and getting shut-down automatically. My technical support warranty with Dell has expired and I live in a small town presently so i dont trust mechanics/engineers (whatever you may want to call) here either. Last year when i was in delhi i got it repaired for thousand bucks (he just removed dust i believe) but it has again started creating problems within 6 months. The solutions I found on net are
1. Open the back case of thermal cooling system and blow off the dust yourself. (but the problem is I dont know what size of philips screwdriver it will need. I tried opening with 'desi tester' but to no avail)
2. Buy a laptop cooling pad/system which comes for around 500. (But most of them cool centre of the laptop..while dell inspiron gets heated sidewise. Can you suggest any relevant one) I would recommend you to buy one also if you face the same problem.
If you have had any experience and then remedy regarding this problem. I would be grateful, if you can suggest any solution in this regard particularly to the problems as mentioned in brackets - screwdriver size, cooling pad.
Also, Dont scold me for non-IASprep question. I warned earlier itself.
and Drona asked,"what do you see?","the sparrow's eye!"......and Krishna replied,"Turning their discerning mind to That, directing their whole conscious being to That, making That their whole aim and the sole object of their devotion, they go whence there is no return"