Dell :: M1530 Overheating Adapter?

Jun 20, 2009

I am just wondering if it is normal for the adapter to get hot. I just noticed it today, when i picked it up and it was pretty hot to the touch. Not so much that it burns,

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Dell :: XPS M1530 Overheating

Dec 18, 2008

I discovered that while playing video games for a bit my frame rates would all of a sudden go abysmal for about a minute or to (drop by 50-75%) and then return to normal. I finally tracked down the problem and whenever I tested the temperature and CPU speed when the frame rates went crazy, I noticed that the temperature was 85+ degrees C and that the computer had halved the CPU speed to about 1.5ghz (I have a T8300 2.4Ghz) in an attempt to cool it down. Is there any way to fix if my fans have malfunctioned or something? I'm still within a 1 year warranty, so should I just call Dell or is there something I can do about it?

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Dell :: XPS M1530 Sound And Overheating

Dec 16, 2008

1. Was ANYONE able to fix their sound stuttering issue on m1530? Through Dell suport, specifically? I've seen many non working solutions, and many components blamed that it makes me believe this problem defies any definition. I used to have this problem all the time, now it just occurs when laptop is on for extended amounts of time (a day) and only if connected to the internet (wireless or lan). Example: Listening to music and turning on a movie trailer on netflix = horrible stuttering, crazy cpu usage, general slow down especially during initial buffering. Anybody with a similar problem? (mind that I'm virtually unable to reproduce the stutter on a freshly restarted lappy - it happens after a day of usage w/ sleep in between)

2. Overheating....just to keep it short: 20 mins of gaming brings up my temps to the ridiculous ~100C CPU and abt the same for GPU + emergency shutdown . My guess is bad/badly mounted heatsink. Was anybody able to resolve an issue like that with dell?

Was heatsink the problem?

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Dell :: XPS M1530 Serious Restarting/overheating Issues

Mar 22, 2009

I've tried to search as best I can for an answer to my problem, but haven't been able to find an answer as of yet.

I'm running a Dell XPS M1530 with Intel T9300 dual processors and 4GB RAM. My system is a dual-boot: I use Vista Enterprise 32-bit for general activities such as schoolwork and internet, and I also have a very bare-bones Windows x64 that I use for some intensive MATLAB computation and music recording/processing. This system is about 9 months old.

I first started having problems after I'd only had this computer for about a month. I was at a conference and had my laptop in its sleeve and in my backpack. I took it out sometime in the afternoon after having used it in the morning and it was extremely, extremely hot .....

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Dell :: Ac Adapter For Xps M1530

Jan 26, 2010

the ac adapter for my laptop has died out and im looking to buy a new one. however, i dont know where to look.

ive looked at amazon and ebay, and the items there are cheap but its hard to trust them and has mixed reviews

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Dell :: XPS M1530 AC Adapter Problems,

Oct 6, 2008

Everytime i have my AC Adapter plugged in when i turn on my laptop, a black screen shows up (in DOS) and says that the AC Adapter is unknown and is not recognized or something is wrong with it, and there are 3 options, F1 to continue to start windows, F2 to do something and F5 to run on board diagnostics or something like that, the entire message is alot longer but that is all i can recall from that page.

However, the battery charges normally, and in windows, the battery icon shows as PLUGGED IN with AC Adapter when i have it plugged in and when i unplug it, it shows battery, which is normal.

My question is should i call up Dell or should i just ignore the problem? Or is there anyone know what is the problem and can help me.

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Dell :: M1530 PA-10 Family Adapter

Jun 1, 2009

It is a PA-10 family adapter (which the back of the laptop says is fine for use with this computer), the connector has a white tip and when I plug it into the jack on the left side of the computer there is about a quarter of an inch of metal showing......

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Dell :: Average Lifespan Of XPS M1530 AC Adapter And Battery?

May 21, 2009

I was just wondering, among all the XPS M1530 owners. About how long did your AC adapter and battery (6-cell or 9-cell, please specify) last before they died out on you...

I've owned my XPS M1530 (6-cell batt) for about 8 month now, and I still have not encountered problems.

However, I've read other forums and even on the Dell Store and Website that many XPS M1530 owners are dissatisfied with their AC adapters and 6 or 9 cell batteries.........................

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Dell :: M1530/1330 AC Power Adapter Wattage And Type Cannot Be Determined

Aug 1, 2008

When I boot up my laptop, I get this exact error:


The AC power adapter wattage and type cannot be determined.
The battery may not charge.
The system will adjust the performance to match the power available.

Please connect a Dell 65W AC adapter or greater for best system performance.

To resolve this issue, try to reseat the power adapter

Strike the F3 key (before the F1 or F2 key) if you do not want to see power warning messages again.

Strike the F1 key to continue, F2 to run the setup utility. Press F5 to un onboard diagnostics.


I recently updated from BIOS A08 to A09 if that matters. Any ideas?

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Dell :: Plugged Power Adapter Into Wrong Laptop, Now Adapter Doesn't Work?

Nov 9, 2009

I have a Dell Inspiron 1520 and my friend has a Latitude D820.

Tonight she accidentally plugged my power adapter into her laptop. A few hours later, she noticed that her laptop indicated that it wasn't plugged in, and that's when we realized that she had accidentally used my adapter instead of hers.

Now my adapter doesn't work at all. We've tried the adapter with both our laptops with different outlets with the same problem, so we know it's the adapter. The green light also doesn't come on when it's plugged in anymore.

Did plugging my adapter into her laptop somehow screw up my adapter, or could this just be a coincidence? Is there any way to fix the adapter or at least figure out what the problem is? And if I have to purchase a new adapter, do the universal ones they sell at retail electronics stores work OK? I would order one from Dell but I'm working on a project now and I don't have time to wait for it to ship.

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HP Pavilion A10-5750M Display :: Graphics Adapter Changed From AMD Radeon 8650G To Standard VGA Adapter

Jun 28, 2014

I have a HP pavillion A10-5750M
Model- 15-e084ca(windows 7 ultimate)
I recently changed my window from 8 to 7 ultimate and i noticed my grahics adapter has changed from AMD radeon 8650G to standard VGA graphics adapter. Why is that and how do i change it?

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Apple :: Interchange 16.5V, 3.65A Power Adapter With 18.5V, 4.6A Power Adapter

Apr 25, 2010

so just what the title says,

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Dell :: GPU Overheating

Dec 18, 2007

I replaced the integrated video card on my computer with a 7900 GS and it's been overheating. I looked at my case, and the vents for the GPU are there, it's just that they're solid. Where the holes are, there is metal instead. Does anyone know anything I can do to knock those holes out so I can get some air in there? WoW overheats in about 15 min,

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Dell :: New XPS Overheating Not Sure Why

Dec 5, 2008

My 2 month old Dell M1530 idles at the following temps:

I really don't know why... It's been like this for a couple weeks or more now. Power settings are all on max of course... But when I first got the laptop, it'd idle pretty cool... Now my hands sweat while typing :

Laptop is not overclocked (I did overclock a bit in October for Crysis now and then)

My room is pretty cold.

I'm going to open it up and look for dust... But I really doubt this is the problem.


Intel T9300
8600M GT 256Mb DDR3

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Dell :: Laptop Overheating

Oct 9, 2008

I currently own a dell laptop and have the problem of it overheating very quickly as opposed to other laptops I have used. Is this a normal occurance or could it be a problem with my personal notebook.

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Dell :: About Crashes (overheating)?

Mar 2, 2009

my computer isXPS M1530 with GeForce 8600m gt. When I play a game named Gunz, which is supposed to not be a graphic-intensive game, my pc will simply go black after a certain time(vary between 10 min - hours). Then, the sound of pc just stop.

I thought this is a overheating problem, but after viewing some threads about overheating, it seems like that overheat only lead to a shut down or a restart. Since my computer simply go black and turn off, I don't know if my pc is overheating. Can someone tell me if Im overheating? If not, what's causing these crashes?

Btw, my GPU and ACPI temp were around 83C five min before my computer crashes...

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Dell :: Is My E6400 Overheating?

May 1, 2009

Just got my E6400 from Dell Outlet today and i noticed it's running noticeably hot.

I've read some of the posts on the nvidia overheating problem so I decided to run the same tests other people did. The screenshot is after running 3DMark2006 on Balanced power setting.

Are those temps ok? I talked to a rep who acknowledged the potential problem with the nvidia chipset and said if i send this to the depot now they can take a look at the mobo, cpu and gpu and have it back to me in less than 10 regular days.

Since I have finals coming up, I'd much rather not send it in unless they offer me onsite or some potential freebies, which the rep refused to. So any suggestion would be much appreciated. Should I run some more tests?

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Dell :: Studio 15 Overheating

Dec 27, 2009

I googled this, and i saw i wasn't the only one, it seemed like a common problem. I heard this is a Bios update for this.

My laptop gets extremely hott and will cut off if dont hold the vent part in the air ..

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Dell :: CPU And/or GPU Overheating In E1705.

Sep 27, 2009

My laptop has shut down abrubtly twice because of overheating. When I powered the laptop again, it would bring me to that overheating warning prompt with the two nasty beeps and whatnot.

Since I'm running Windows 7 x64, I wasn't able to install i8fangui, but I found a program called SpeedFan ( that I'm running right now.

Here are the current temperature readings for everything:
GPU: 73 C (there's a fire icon next to this. can't imagine that's good)
HD0: 36 C
Core 0: 50 C
Core 1: 50 c

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Dell :: XPS M1730 Overheating Fix

Apr 11, 2010

My XPS M1730 (Core2 Extreme, 8800M GTX SLI) started overheating about a year ago, especially if playing a game. I noticed that the air coming out if the back of the unit was getting extremely hot and it would lock up if I played certain games.

I ended up disassembling it ( **XPS M1730 Disassembly Guide** ) and found that the heat exchanger fins were completely clogged with lint.

I cleaned the layer of lint and dust off of them (it was like a layer of thin gray felt) and the laptop worked fine again. Since then I clean them every six months.

I just did it today and figured I'd post some pics of the fins after six months of use. At this point the laptop still works fine, but the air coming out of the back of it is noticeably hotter than it is with clean/clear fins, especially if playing games .....

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Dell :: Latitude- Overheating

Mar 4, 2009

I have been on these forums complaining about various issues with my Latitude 6400 for about four months now. I am on my second Latitude; the first I gave back after one month in October of 2008 b/c of the relentless fan.

This one has the following specs:
-Dual Core T9400
-Nvidia 160 GPU
-4gbs of ram
-Seagate 250gb-hd at 7200rpm
-Vista Business
*the above sits in a E-port replicator/dock with two external drives roughly 75% of the time.

So heres the problem: aside from a relentless fan that never seems to turn off (which I have just resigned to), I have a serious CPU dilemma. For some reason, at odd intervals during the day, it will jump up to 50-60-% and stay there. It actually idles at about 25%. Mind you, I use ONLY Outlook, Itunes, and internet access.

This CPU usage will steadily climb until it hits 100%, at which point I cant do anything but restart the computer.

Heres the strange part: when I look at my Task Manager in this situation, it seems that EVERYTHING is jumping around and contributing to the CPU usage. The usual, more active culprits are the Search Index and Filter and the "Host Processes". Also, various aspects of Symantec seems to bog things down as well. Whats weird is that if I end one of the processes, another random process will start to use the CPU percentage that I just shut down! It doesnt matter what I do, the computer will "find" a way to use up 100%! For example-today the "Search Filter and Index were using almost 60% of my CPU so I shut the whole Index down. My computer ran at about 5-10% for an hour and then magically found other stuff to bog it down. By the end of the day, I was back up to 75% usage again...

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Dell :: FPS, 1530 Overheating

Oct 13, 2008

I've had my laptop for about 2 months now and never really thought twice about it, but now after reading the forums and talking to a few people I'm actually pretty concerned.

Computer: m1530 3gig ram 320gHD 5400

Game: WoW
Avg FPS: 10-20 (in cities 1-15)
Settings: Maxed

Core 1: 80
Core 2: 80
VideoCard: 90
Harddrive: 45

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Dell :: E1705 Overheating

Dec 17, 2009

Our nearly 4 year old E1705 has begun spontaneously shutting-off , and I suspect thermal protection is kicking in and causing the laptop to shut off. I installed RealTemp and have found idle temperatures around 60 C, sometimes rising to over 90 C under a modest CPU load (e.g., 50 %). I believe the thermal limit on the processor is 100 C.

I have checked to be sure all the vents are clear and free of dust.

I installed the fan control GUI "I8KFanGUI" to get additional insights into what may be happening, although I have found nothing conclusive. Idle CPE core temperatures of around 65 C, with the GeForce Go 7800 graphics card at about 60 C. I did a video render for about 5 minutes resulting in a 75% CPU load. CPU core temperature climb up to 96 C, and appear to be continuing to climb at the time the render ended,

I recently update the BIOS from A00 to A10. Could that update have done something to the native fan control of the laptop? If not, any other thoughts on possible causes?

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Dell :: Xps1330 Overheating

Feb 5, 2009

I'm having A LOT of problems lately with this pos (see sig for specs).

The thing kept on slowing down when browsing/watching movies/playing OLD games (warcraft 3 basically).

What happens is that from boot till now cpu idles at 100%.

I've scanned the pc, I got rid of services. Nada.

Today was even worse, the pc got extremely slow so I rebooted, then in the vista lˇading screen it took ages (about 10 minutes), sometimes it would turn off before vista even finished loading, I couldn't even get into safe-mode.

So, I let it cool off, and turned it back on after an hour. Everything was fine then but after playing a short game in warcraft it started acting up again.

I'm using Vista Home SP1, I basically turned off all the useless services and startup app. turned off indexing VAC etc.

My temp are (HWmonitor): CPU: 65, Mobo: 60, GPU: 85, HDD: 45

Sometimes I carry my laptop in my backpack to uni and tend to forget that it's in there and when coming home I tend to trop it from around 5-10 cm height (rarely happens) but I thought it might have to do something with this.

But then after noticing these weird hangups I'm thinking this pos is just overheating.

As I'm writing this everything is EXTREMELY slow I can't even open the task manager properly.

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Mar 30, 2009

I have an Inspiron 1705e with a 7900GS. The GPU was replaced (twice) about 1.5 years ago under warranty due to failure most likely caused by overheating.

I installed a fan tool (forget which one) and set the fan/temp speeds pretty conservative to keep the GPU cool. Now it's running 1800rpm non-stop to keep the GPU at a reported 63░C.

That's with no programs running, just after boot. If I put the system to sleep, then wake it up, GPU temp is reported at <30C, then creeps back up to 60C+ .....

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Oct 6, 2009

ive been reading on the Dell xps 13 and how they overheat. as far as i know its because of the nvidia 8400-8700 series cards, but i want to buy this laptop that has NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, does this also have overheating probelms?

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Dell :: T7200 Overheating

Feb 2, 2008

just got a t7200 processor to replace my t2400 in my inspiron 9400 with bios a09. All ok in setup but when booting into windows fans go mental and the machine locks up and resets. Just before it does the cpu thing on fangui reads mega high like 80 to 95. Stupid question but i didn't put a thermal pad in.. Would this account for the hi temp and lockup? Will fitting a new pad fix the problem.. Or even without a thermal pad would my cpu temp shoot up so quickly, if not is it a symptom of something wrong with the chip?

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Mar 30, 2010

I have a Dell Inspiron 1526 that won't boot because the CPU gets very hot in only a few seconds. I was getting a CPU failure code (blinking num lock LED) so I changed the CPU. Same problem.

In desperation, I changed the motherboard. Unbelievable, but the same problem! I tried to do a diagnostic start up (hold Fn key while powering on) and it shut down in about 40 seconds. When I went to swap the CPU, the heat sink was so hot that I couldn't touch it.

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Dell :: 1730 CPU Overheating

Jul 17, 2008

I was having computer shutdown issues with my 1730 when playing high end games like UT3, Crysis and COD4. I have a 2.8 Extreme cpu and dual 8800s. After playing for a few minutes the machine would lockup and I had to hold the power button to restart. After letting it cool for a few minuted I would get the M1004 code [system overheat].

I have Rightmark CPU utility installed so I tried to undervolt the CPU in the options menu and that seems to have solved my problem. I just played UT3 Pysics mod for 30 minutes without problem.

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Dell :: Inspiron 1525 Overheating

Mar 10, 2009

the other day i was playing NFS.. and every 3-4 minutes the laptop would jus shut off..

i hav had a look at the temperatures and on high usage.. it goes upto 89 degrees ..

i dun hav a coolin pad.. bt if thtz wht i neeed.. can some1 reccommend one plz.. i tried mi hand at undervolting.. bt didnt work out.. as in d stress test on d cpu.

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