Toshiba Satellite L350d - overheating
I was using different linux distro's on my desktop for some years now and all went fine. Recently, my desktop broke down and I'm not planning to replace it since I still got my laptop.
So I wanted to install a distro on my laptop but I just can't find one that seems to work with it.
The problem: overheating.
I've been trying Ubuntu (and other -flavours), Suse, Fedora and all of them get stuck on managing the CPU and fan speeds.
In Windows, eveything runs just fine. CPU scaling in many grades and fan speed going up and down according to the needs.
In Linux, CPU is only switching between 1,05 Ghz and 2,10 Ghz and fan speed is always the same: kinda slow.
Result: after some minutes, temps go up to critical point and computer shuts down.
Best I get right now is forcing CPU to stay at 1,05 Ghz and not running too many applications at once but this isn't ok for daily use.
Therefor: is there any distro known to be working properly with this laptop?
I can do some setting-up using terminal but keep in mind that I can only boot in linux for some minutes...
I found some tweaks on the internet changing graphics drivers, installing sensors etc but none of them worked...
Anybody can help?
Thanks in advance!