I am so glad that finally our laptop is working again. This thing hadn't been working for a few months coz it's overheating. But luckily I found a helpful site that gave me the solution to our laptop problem.
Basically, all I did is clean the fan of the laptop to make sure that it is working properly. Though there's not that much dust in it. But I guess what really solved the problem is when I adjusted the processor speed under the power save mode of the power saver properties. It was originally set to maximum and I now have it to middle. I am pretty sure that did the trick.
We will get a new computer soon though coz this laptop has been really really old already and I guess it's time for it to take a break. This was actually from my hubby's dad and he had it for quite sometime now too. But I wanted to get desktop coz it won't have the overheating problem like what we had with our laptop. Plus I firmly believe that desktops have more power than any laptops.
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