Hey Guys, I recently bought a Toshiba M55 laptop... I've had it for about a month now... but i find that it tends to run a bit hot. I can't tell what component it is that is getting so hot... but it is located directly to the right of the touchpad, where the base of your right hand would rest if you were typing. Conversely, it also gets really hot on the underside of the laptop... at the same spot... which when it's resting on your lap gets your thighs and well crotch (depending on how close the laptop is to your torso) very hot. Now from what I understand laptops regulate their fans by temperature. I was wondering if it's possible to change the temperature setting of the laptop to a lower setting so that the fan would turn on earlier and cool the thing down before it got that hot. I tried using speedfan to check out the temps, I only got one temp reading which I think was the Hard Drive... which was at 53C and went up to 56C while the comp was doing nothing... it felt hot to the touch. I just want the fan to run more and do it's job... the laptop hasn't hung or crashed yet... sometimes the touchpad won't respond for a few seconds... I'm not sure whether that might be a heat related problem or not... but either way I'd like to cool this bad boy down. Speedfan didn't do me any good really... so i was wondering if anyone has experience with this sort of problem... or suggestions on how to make the fan do it's job... and also suggestions of other ways to cool the laptop down, software or hardware (aside from cooling pads which seem like a half-*** solution, if it's a hardware solution you're suggesting ideally it'd be an internal one.) so yeah, please let me know... all help would be greatly appreciated.