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    Default Inspiron 600m

    Hey,
    I think I'm having problems with my cooling fan in my Dell Inspiron 600m. Any time I unplug my laptop it will automaticaly shutdown. I also cannot turn it on while unpluged. However, I'm not sure if this is a cooling problem or a battery problem, because I had a message once that windows shutdown because of 'high temperatures' but I also have no battery life at all. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Default Re: Inspiron 600m

    This does not sound like a cooling problem as leaving it pluged in has no effect on how cool the CPU/GPU runs.

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    Default Re: Inspiron 600m

    I know that those don't effect each other, but the error message from Windows informed me that the computer shut down after I unpluged it because it was unexpectedly hot. I'm not sure why though. If it is a battery problem though, what would you suggest doing to fix it?

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    Default Re: Inspiron 600m

    *buy a new battery*

    seriously, though, maybe the charger is overheating the battery, which in turn affect the other components. this is just a theory, but you could check it out.
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    Default Re: Inspiron 600m

    Laptops also need to be periodically cleaned out as they collect dust just like their bigger cousins but it also sounds like your battery has died.

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    Default Re: Inspiron 600m

    If you are looking to replace your battery and are any good with a soldering iron. Pull your battery apart, find the part# on the cells and do a search on Ebay. I found a box of 25 cells for ~$50 for my old HP, compared to ~$90 for a 6 cell replacement battery it's well worth the trouble.

    Will the laptop run fine while plugged in/no battery??

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