Very sorry to hear about your laptop... However please be informed that there are certain reasons that cause this kind of burning problem with laptops. You might want to go through the following information:
What Causes a Laptop to Overheat?
*Using your machine intensively, makes the hard drive, the central processing unit (CPU) and video systems work at a high capacity. If you do a lot of gaming on your laptop, or run a lot of programs at one time such as Photoshop or Dreamweaver, these will be causing the CPU to work some overtime. I particularly notice my lappy heating up when a virus scan is running. So, the harder your laptop is working, the hotter your processor will get.
*Keeping your laptop in an hot environment, very hot room, near to a radiator/heater etc. contributes to over-heating
*The make and model of your laptop determines whether it may have a propensity to overheating - i.e. if your modelâ€™s design does not allow for adequate ventilation.
*If you obstruct the existing ventilation in any way e.g. use it on a bed, blanket, quilt etc
*Allowing fibres and dust to enter the ventilation area.
*Plugging in USB devices such as dongles and external hard drives puts a load on the processorHow Do you Know if you Have an Overheating Problem?
*Itâ€™s important to remember that there is a difference between your laptop getting hot and actually overheating. If you arenâ€™t sure if your laptop is truly overheating, look out for the following
*If your laptop suddenly shuts down for no reason â€“ this often means the fail safe system in the computer has kicked in when it hits a certain temperature
*Blue Screen of Death often signifies you have an overheating CPU problem
*You may become aware of the fan working more often and sounding louder and/or more vigorous than normal as it tries to cool the computer down
*Memory operation errors
*Your laptop is scorching hot to touch in certain areas
*Your laptop is running slower than usualWhat Damage Can Overheating Cause?
*Your laptop can suffer quite extensive damage and require you to replace major components, which could prove to be expensive.
*You can actually cause damage to yourself. Believe it or not, cases of burned genitalia and legs are common. Some medical reports also attribute fertility problems to excessive heat from a laptop.What Do you Do if my Laptop is Overheating?
*Try to keep your laptop on a cool, hard surface. The majority of models have their ventilation underneath, so if you were daft enough to think that because itâ€™s called a laptop itâ€™s ok to have it on your lap (doh), think again. You may well be in danger of obstructing the ventilation. Ensure that air can circulate all around the laptop, especially underneath.
*Keep all the vents clear of dirt, fluff, dust and fibres.
*Only connect USB devices when you need to use them.
*Use the powersaving functions of your laptop, helps to prevent overheating and also extend the battery life
*Use a laptop cooling stand, a gel cooling pad or a 3-fan cooling pad
]I hope others will be careful of this issue and take care of their laptops accordingly.Regards,
Shah - Al - Mamun