Hi, this is probably a stupid question but...
I have a laptop and it gets very hot (The CPU and Motherboard are normally around 88°C and it gets slow at times), it is constantly sitting under an A/C which is normally on a high warm temperature so thats constantly making the laptop hot. I am not sure if I have any else to put the laptop but I will look into that.........
Anyway, a couple of months ago Windows told me that there was something wrong with the battery and that I should replace it.
I keep the laptop plugged in all the time with the battery in... I know thats not good.... so I guess thats what killed the battery... but anyway, the battery is still in the laptop and the laptop gets really hot, could the bad battery creat extra heat?
Would removing the battery from the laptop help it not get so hot?
Would it be okay to have the laptop plugged in without the battery?
What if there is a power failure and the laptop shuts down suddenly without a battery? Will that wreck it? Is that a risk?
Edited by I have a computer..., 15 June 2014 - 06:35 AM.