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overheating Medion laptop — 2 Comments

  1. When laptop overheats try blowing off fans and heatsink with compressed air, it might help to fix overheating.
    In order to backup data you can use an external USB enclosure for notebook hard drives. You just remove the hard drive from the laptop and install it inside the enclosure. As it shown here:
    After that connect this hard drive to any other working PC and access it through My Computer.

  2. Yep, I tried blowing air, but given the age of the laptop, I think the fan motor was just getting old.

    To backup the data, I have a special ATA to laptop-ATA adapter. I use it to connect the laptop HDD (as a slave) to my main desktop PC, then just copy folders.