N56VZ base removal.

ZXLP4K2

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Jan 17, 2015
2
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4,510
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Hello, I'm new in the community. I own an Asus N56VZ laptop and lately it has been getting 40-50°C for idle temperatures when it should be lower. I have vacuumed the vents of the laptop and it has given me some help, but since my room is quite dusty and untidy and I try to keep it neat as much as possible, but little traces of dust will form on the table the next day, and that is the possibility of why my computer is heating up. I found out that my N56VZ had to be opened using Torx screwdrivers, and I have gotten the items needed to open up and clean my computer. But since I'm not a really technical person, I would like to ask if it is safe to do it without any professional doing it instead. Thanks in advance, friends.
 

ZXLP4K2

Estimable
Jan 17, 2015
2
0
4,510
0


I have watched that video before. Unfortunately, my computer is quite differently built. I will send you an imgur link when I have the time to later.

Edit: http://imgur.com/OAKqsGt
 
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