Overheating in HP ProBook® 6440b
What are the reasons for overheating of HP ProBook 6440b noetbooks?
Internet has become the most marvelous innovation in the communication field. Hewlett-Packard’s new launch HP ProBook 6440b is a super-stylish notebook with a LED screen size of 14 inch, a picture resolution of 1366 × 786, and weighs 5.0 lb. Its price starts at $920. It is best-suited for mobile professionals who want extensive connectivity, enhanced security, and managed IT environment along with affordability and productivity. Other features include an Intel Core i5 or Intel Core i7 processor, an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4550 GPU, 8GB Memory RAM, and a 128GB SSD or 500GB HDD hard drive.
Let us discuss the following to understand more about overheating on HP ProBook 6440b netbooks:
- Symptoms of overheating
- Common explanation
HP ProBook 6440b, like all other laptops, is prone to heating and, sometimes, gets overheated under certain conditions. HP ProBook 6640b is designed to run all its programs at full-functional level. So, the laptop might often get overheated. Just use a laptop tray and place the laptop on the tray instead of your lap.
Symptoms of overheating
Your HP ProBook 6440b notebook will shut down automatically in the middle of an operation without any warning and that too after a few minutes of work. It could shut down a little after you start using any program, like 3D games, video editing software, movie players, etc that makes your processor work harder than usual.
You may be using the HP ProBook 6440b notebook in such a way that its air vents are obstructed. Your netbook’s cooling system could be jammed with dust or dirt. There is no need to pay a big repair bill for this. Try out two things before you for servicing. Avoid placing the netbook on a cushion as most people do. Place the netbook on a flat, hard surface to allow free circulation and cooling. Clean the cooling system on a regular basis using an aerosol air duster and a vacuum cleaner with a service tool.