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  1. Abdullah All Muktadir's Avatar
    I am using HP PROBOOK, 440 G1, 4GB RAM, CORE I3,AMD 1GB, Facing same problem after installing windows 10 😠😡😡 it reaches near 99' celcius when i play counter strike source 😭😭😭😩😤
    12-16-2016 05:24 PM
  2. cabsco's Avatar
    My EliteBook 8530w runs cool like penguin on ice street, after upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10 Anniversary. Hottest at 58-degree Celsius.
    12-21-2016 02:48 AM
  3. maccafan's Avatar
    I having same issue with a HP Pavilion DV7 that had since 2011 on Win 7 but upgrade to Win 10 is causing overheat issue with fan working overtime and also impacting on battery as now the machine refuses to work without being plugged in despite telling me at 42% and charging but it doesnt, any ideas guys
    02-23-2017 09:04 AM
  4. Cryio's Avatar
    Take your laptop for cleaning and ask if they can apply some cooling paste to your CPU and GPU if possible. Windows 10 vs 7 has nothing to do with it.
    TechFreak1 likes this.
    02-23-2017 10:33 AM
  5. TechFreak1's Avatar
    I having same issue with a HP Pavilion DV7 that had since 2011 on Win 7 but upgrade to Win 10 is causing overheat issue with fan working overtime and also impacting on battery as now the machine refuses to work without being plugged in despite telling me at 42% and charging but it doesnt, any ideas guys
    First of all this is a reaaaaaaaaallly old thread and secondly you either need to install the drivers from HP's website or you need to replace your fan as the issue may be purely coincidental.

    If the fan is accessible, hold down the fan and use some compressed air to blow out some of the dust. You would be surprised the difference it makes.

    Take your laptop for cleaning and ask if they can apply some cooling paste to your CPU and GPU if possible. Windows 10 vs 7 has nothing to do with it.
    True more often than not since most people use their laptops on the lap therefore on top of clothes, pillows, etc lint and other fabric does get sucked into the fans time to time. The worst case I've seen was that the fan was short of a needle as it looked like a roll of multicoloured sewing thread. .
    02-23-2017 12:29 PM
  6. maccafan's Avatar
    thanks for this reply, Win 10 was also causing issues with Windows Update and also not letting radio replays on on BBC I player so have taken back to win 7 that has solved the other issues but not the battery one as that still stuck at 42% and wont work without being plugged in, am taking it to a pc guy have used before with this machine, memory upgrade etc. so lets see
    02-24-2017 06:57 AM
  7. coveylane's Avatar
    I had a fairly new HP laptop which came with Win 8.0. It ran fine. I kept getting notifications to upgrade to Win 8.1 but ignored them for awhile. Finally gave in and from that moment on my fan sounded like it was ready to fly. I went from a laptop I left on pretty much all the time to needing to shut down after using it for awhile. No more leaving it run for long. It was not dust or a hardware problem, it happened as soon as I upgraded to 8.1. I upgraded later to 10 hoping that would help but it didn't. Any help to fix this would be appreciated.
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    12-30-2017 08:36 PM
  8. beman39's Avatar
    hp, doesn't play well with MS one drive... try in-installing it and see if that clears it up... also after upgrading to win10 you have to let it do all the updates and fix itself and then after a couple of days will return to normal...
    12-30-2017 11:18 PM
  9. brandonthomas's Avatar
    I have tried everything in the book. I first did an update from Windows 7, it heated up my laptop that it shut off by itself. Some person told me to do a clean reformat and install Windows 10 that way. I did, with no programs installed, it still overheats. I do not know what to do anymore! I love how Windows 10 looks, but it sucks to say that I might have to go back to Windows 7. Some way to fix the problem will be great (If there is a way).
    That's a serious issue. Laptop heating can affect laptop performance. You should think of getting a laptop cooling pad.



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    Last edited by worldspy99; 04-23-2018 at 11:55 AM.
    04-23-2018 01:31 AM
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