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Cpu high temperature problem

My pc works very slow now and when i log into a game its stops responding, even after i reformat it and use a windows xp sp2 professional edition, it displays a message that the cpu has a high temperature and after that it shuts down. my cpu had a 128mb nvidia graphic card with 512 mb ram

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    donna de roma Dec 07, 2008

    i have tried doing that but the problems still occurs, ive already done a thorough scan for virus and malware using spybot and antispyware and i also tried sdfix when my cp is in safemode but still no use,i also tried using another powersupply from the other cpu i have w/c run smoothly but still it is no use,im wondering if it is the motherboard or the graphic card that has the problem? hope you espond to it soon, and how will i know if the motherboard is already damaged?

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Overheating problem
Remove case side and clean all fans
remove fan from heat sink usually 4 screws or little clips
Do NOT remove heatsink stuck on with heat paste
clean vanes in heat sink replace fan
use stiff brush and vacuum cleaner to clean outside of power supply
vacuum out case include all vent holes
reboot computer should work ok
replace case side

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