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Hi my toshiba satellite 4300 works for about ten minutes,the screen then flickers... and the laptop goes dead for about ten minutes.i get it working and it does the same again. does any one have a solution please

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Assuming this is not hibernating and your harddrive is not set to shutdown after a certain idle time, it could be this is an overheating problem. Check that the extraction vents are'nt blocked and that the fan area is well ventillated. If necassary gently hoover around all ventillation slats. Some laptops have the ability for the user to turn off the fan for certain usage, just check in your management settings that it's turned on, unless you know it is on' and it cuts in or stays on.

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