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Hanging computer as soon as i start my computer it shows a message" YOUR COMPUTER HAS BEEN SHUT DOWN DUE TO A THERMAL EVENT. PLEASE REPLACE THE UNIT" which unit should i replace.

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Check the cpu fan when you start the computer... does it turn. if not replace it.

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