surface pro 4 overheating

Surface Pro 4 Overheating Problem

Some users have claimed about Microsoft Surface Pro over heating issue, fan make noise due to overheat and some time surface pro 4 stuck during apps loading. Also have issue with battery timing, battery drained fast as normal routine. This is common issue with this device and we can easily troubleshoot this issue. First we need to trace last action we did with surface pro 4 then we can easily solve the problem.

How To Solve Surface Pro 4 Overheat Problem

1.Update Windows

If you installed windows and not update all drivers then overheat problem creates in surface pro 4 tablets. if you recover windows using original recovery image drive downloaded from Microsoft Support update windows again after complete installation. it will update all necessary drivers, after updating drivers device will work in normal condition. If you install windows operating system using windows normal CD or image then update windows using settings menu it will update all your drivers and windows will activated automatically.

2.Background Apps

if lots of apps are installed then overheat problem may occur. we need to check all apps running background and need to close all temporary workaround. Right click on the Taskbar and select Task Manager from menu. You can also open Task Manager using short keys, CTRL+ALT+DELETE. Under process tab select Cortana and click on end task button to kill the process.

3.Power Settings

Tap or click on Start button, and open the Settings app from Start menu. Navigate to System > Power & Sleep. In the right side pane, find the “On battery power, stay connected to Wi-Fi while asleep” option, and move its slider to off.

The power management settings might be impacted with CU
* Press Win + R from keyboard, type regedit.exe in Run dialog box, and click OK button.
* Go to the location below in the registry editor:

Double click on the Attributes string, and change its value data from 1 to 0, and click OK.
* Under another tree:

Open the CsEnabled and set its value data to 0.
* Restart your system to apply changes.
* Then type Power Options in Start menu, and select the top one from result. Open the Change Advanced Power Settings, expand the item with Processor Power Management, change Processor performance autonomous mode to Disabled for both Battery and Plugged In, and click OK, then make a rebooting.
* Finally open registry editor, follow the above step, and set the CsEnabled to 1. Reboot again and everything should be normal.