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  1. Try using the Defrag Freespace option under Action->Advanced; that should help.
  2. I had this problem... mostly because the intake vents are on the bottom and the outward one is on the side. And this is when I tried to run Oblivion on the poor thing (integrated video cards aren't fun at all). I either use a wooden board or a nice plastic minidesk that sits on top of my lap now and don't have problems with it. Mostly depends on the type of work you're doing.
  3. I get the "There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive F:." error... when scanning the registry. Any idea as to why this may be happening?
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