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MacBook Pro :: Overheating When Running Windows With Bootcamp?


I bought a MacBook Pro last September 2009. The MacBook Pro came with Leopard but I installed Snow Leopard a couple of weeks later.

I need to use some Windows-based programs so I am using Windows XP with Bootcamp. However, I notice a high overheating when using Windows on Bootcamp (especially on the left side of the keyboard). Until now, the system doesn't crash but the overheating is a big problem for typing. This problem does not appear while I work on Snow Leopard.

Information:
MacBook Pro
Mac OS X (10.6)
Overheating


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