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During strating on cpu for opening window, cpu suddenly shutdown. On back and indicator at monitor show thermal even (overheating). Action: already check and replace heatsink also fan but still happen. Please help me to sulotion this matter. Thank you.

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    Mike Peluso May 11, 2010

    Did you remove the old thermal past from the CPU? Clean the CPU using a clean rag & alcohol. (Do not get the CPU wet with alcohol). Add new thermal grease (Small ammount) on to the center of the CPU, than attach the heat-sink & fan assembly?

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