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Laptop shutdown I have a travelmate 7510, the screen goes black and does not respond, on some occassions the laptop shuts down, there is no pattern to this. I thought this was a heat problem and cleaned all air intakes etc. I am running core temp, core 0 53c and core 1 49c. Help needed.Many thanks

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  • ryack Jan 04, 2009

    hi,thanks for the help.

    core temp seems to be fine, running at 54 and 49 degrees at the moment, I can hear the fan kicking in and out.



    Cheers



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Make sure that yr laptop is not facing an over heating problem,make sure that the cpu fan is not running properly,its a typical mother-board problem.

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