Overheating Issue in Sony® VAIO Z Series Notebook
The users of Sony laptops have been experiencing overheating issue for quite some time. It has been observed that notebooks get overheated very quickly and start to shut down and reboot again. If you are experiencing overheating problems with Sony VAIO Z Series Notebook then it is not a good sign at all. It can damage several important and sensitive hardware devices available on your machine.
- Possible reason
- Processor Problem
- Fixing the problem
The main reason for Sony VAIO® Z Series notebook to get overheated is the dust that can block the air vents. You can face this problem when you use the product roughly and do not care about where you place it. Dust particles or other little objects can seriously damage the system if they get stuck in delicate areas. The dust layer is formed on the inner side of notebooks and with the passage of time it causes speed and performance degradation problems.
The other possible reason behind overheating of Sony VAIO® Z Series notebook is processor overload. If you are trying to run many heavy graphic related applications at the same time on your notebook that it can cause overheating. In addition, the processor fan loses speed due to dust accumulation. You need to take great care of all these aspects. If the system shuts down due to overheating, then give time it to cool down before you restart the Sony VAIO® Z Series notebook.
If Sony VAIO® Z Series notebook shuts down too frequently due to overheating, then it can be an issue with the graphic card. You can resolve the issue by replacing the graphic card. The other possible solution is to clean the system from dust and try to keep its air vents open while sitting on bed as it will heat up if the air passage is blocked. Do not let the problem to prolong as it will damage the processor and the chipset. If the problem persists then contact the specialist or hardware vendor. Take care of the machine and do not let the dust to settle. You can also use an air blower to allow fresh air to circulate through the system to cool it down.