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Old 03-28-10, 11:16
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Default When I plug in my laptop AC adapter, my laptop overheats?

Hi guys, I've noticed that my laptop tends to overheat when I plug in my laptop AC adapter. When I just plug in my battery without the adapter on, it doesn't overheat. Why is that?
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Default Re: When I plug in my laptop AC adapter, my laptop overheats?

If you have a newer processor, the processor is running as it should normally do. Otherwise, when unplugged, it runs in an economy mode and throttles down the processors.
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Lightbulb Re: When I plug in my laptop AC adapter, my laptop overheats?

I the top left of the freeware down loads is Tapola Software Solutions SIW program, it will tell you every last detail about your system including temperatures it is a must have, it is one of the greatest finds I have found!

http://www.gtopala.com/siw-download.html
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