In recent years, new cases related to excessive heat or overheating in the Macbook and Macbook Pro back sticking to the surface. From the number of incoming reports, overheating occurs after users install the Snow Leopard.
Basically overheating problem to befall the notebook of any kind, be it PC or Mac. Many factors cause this overheating process. Architecture notebook that is not good, cooling system failed, and various other factors can be a source of problems. In the case of the Macbook and Macbook Pro, it seems that many users have complained of rising average temperatures occurred after Snow Leopard installed.
The problem that occurs almost similar among users from one another, increasing the temperature of hot Macbook after entry into the system Snow Leopard. The fan system will run faster than the normal range. From some discussion, the specific cause of this problem has not been found.
People think that this is a problem in flash application, though not a few who argue that this is also related to the Snow Leopard itself. Users expect this problem to be solved at the Snow Leopard version 10.6.2. Apple has not officially confirmed on this issue, although a user posts a report this daily increasing.
For a while, Chris Barylick from PowerPage.org give some tips to solve this overheating problem:
- Make sure your programs have been compatible with Snow Leopard. Some users are admitted after updating their programs to the latest version which has supported the Snow Leopard solve this problem. Users can open Activity Monitor and noticed a process running in the background. If these processes are not compatible with Snow Leopard, there is the possibility of the process into the cause of overheating.
- If still in doubt, and your Macbook is still under AppleCare warranty, take the Macbook to the Apple Store or Apple Authorized Reseller near you.
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