How to Fix An Overheating Laptop Repair – Sony Vaio Disassembly Fan Cleaning New Thermal Paste

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How to Fix An Overheating Laptop Repair – Sony Vaio Disassembly Fan Cleaning New Thermal Paste

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44 COMMENTS

  1. My dog hair ruins my fan HA what I get for having a Labrador Husky mix so my pc is fucked even though it's 4 months old r.i.p me

  2. Just junk the Sony Vaio. Take out memory and HDD throw the rest into the dumpster. Buy a refurbed Apple or a new Dell. The Vaio laptops suck heat and fan noise will drive you crazy. I had one. Tried everything nothing worked. Anybody want to buy a tube of paste ?

  3. Man you did so many things wrong with this that I don't even know where to begin.
    Don't ever use power tools!
    Don't pry the cpu with a screwdriver!
    Don't scrape the cooling unit with a screwdriver!
    Don't drip the thermal paste! Also spread it out evenly on the surface.
    Booting to OS doesn't guarantee things are done properly.
    Don't encourage others to follow your method by uploading it to Youtube.

    Don't fix computers.

  4. I had a overheating problem with a vaio vpfcf1, I've followed those steps and it works now as a brand new. And off course, also cleaned the fan.

  5. The main issue of laptop showed on video is the quality of its cooler system. Sony had underdimensioned it, and even cleaning it and replacing thermal paste, its fan remains loudness.

  6. I HAVE SAME PROBLEM RIGHT NOW, WITHOUT THE YOU TUBE HELP. I TRIED TO OPEN THE LAPTOP, IT OPENED 95% BUT IT STUCK AT WHERE USB , HDMI AND VGA PORTS ON THE LEFT SIDE. I PUT TOOLS AND PRESSURES AND BREAK SOME PLASTIC LOCKS AND I RE-JOINT THE ALL BOLTS BACK TO PROPER POSITIONS AND THEN I START THE LAPTOP AND I CHECKED AND THE FAN WAS STILL NOT WORKING. THEN I BLOW SOME AIR INTO THE FAN WITH THE MY MOUTH. THEN IT START WORKING AND TO MAKE SURE IT IS WORKING PROPERLY I RUN ALL THE POSSIBLE APPS AND GAMES TO HEAT UP THE PROCESSOR, WHEN THE PROCESSOR HEATED THE FAN START WORKING IN FULL SPEED AND I FELL THE HOT AIR WITH HAND AND LAPTOP DID NOT SHUT DOWN SUDDENLY.
    BEFORE OPENING THE LAPTOP UNSAFELY SIMPLY BLOW SOME AIR WITH MOUTH OR WITH THE HAIR DRIER TO REMOVE DUST FROM THE FAN. IT ACCIDENTALLY WORKED FOR ME HOPE SO IT WORK FOR YOUR'S LAPTOP TOO.

  7. Thanks. I hope I can apply this to the Late 2010 iMac's left fan.

    How would you know if you want need to rewind a computer's fan and do you have a link on how to rewind the fan, if rewinding is the fix?

    Thank you.

    God bless, Proverbs 31

  8. Can you guys Help me, After I open and Clean My Laptop (just like in the video), the Audio Gone it says no Speakers or headphone Plug in

  9. to avoid overheating….just install less software n program in ur machine
    just put microsoft office,VLC,Web Browser..that;s it
    its not merely about thermal paste issue on the processor

  10. My Sony Vaio was running very hot and shutting down completely when viewing films on YouTube. I downloaded AIDA64 software. This confirmed it was running very hot. When I ran a stress test using AIDA64, it shut down only 2 seconds. This is what I did:

    1. After powering down, removing battery and discharging (by holding down power switch for 20 sec).

    2. Removed base panel over the fan. I used a footpump (hand pressure) to build up air pressure in tube with finger over the end, then quickly removing finger to send a powerful jet of air through the extraction vents of the laptop. Sometimes this spun the fan around. Repeated many times changing position of the pump nozzle and sending blasts of air through the vents. This dislodged some dust, lint which came flying out through the cavity occupied by the laptop fan. Some was removed from the fan space using tweezers.

    3. Then I used a vacuum cleaner (with narrow nozzle) placed on the air extraction vents outside the laptop. Starting with minimum suction, I moved the nozzle back and forth along each extraction vent. This made the laptop fan spin very fast and certainly helped to clean both the fan and vents of dust and lint that had built up.

    4. I finished by carefully placing the vacuum nozzle over the fan compartment itself, hoping to remove any remaining dust within the cavity. I gradually increased suction power from low to medium in each area.

    5. I replaced base panel, battery and powered up.
    The laptop has since operated perfectly, with no overheating. This was confirmed by the AIDA64 stress test. It showed temperature to be stable and moderate. I was able to view the film I had been watching previously without the laptop shutting down due to overheating.

    This method avoided risk of damaging the fan, microchips etc. since they were all left in their original position. However, be very careful where you point the vacuum nozzle within the computer and keep any screws you have removed in a safe place!

  11. Never use power tools to loosen screws will strip the heads and you will have trouble getting parts off your mother board will void manufacture warranty. Always use manual tools when working with laptops and also use proper ESD wrist strap and anti static mat to prevent laptop component electrostatic damage. Trust me on this does happen and parts end going back as Dead On Arrival because someone did not practice ESD Safety. Hope this helps.

  12. thank you, good video I am just getting into this. I have subscribed I thought that you are really good, I need to watch these videos to get good(noobie) and I have just brought some of those tools…

  13. Can you solve my problem , my laptop shut down and doesn't show anything and power light were not blink plzzzzzz …can you solve that

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