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Shut off after 5 minutes

After reboot, the system shuts off and I have to wait for few minutes to start again and shuts off by itself.

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  • mahdijonny Sep 07, 2008

    i will try you and let u know by tomorrow. It is 1:00 AM Baghdad time, thank u dearly.

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Sounds like overheating. could be the heatsink on the cpu needs to be cleaned and re sat with new grease or a fan has stopped or is blocked. I would take apart the CPU housing and fan and check it all or take it to a local shop or send it to us www.qualit-uk.com/laptop-repair.htm

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