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My lptop computer

My problem is shutting down after 30 minitis even no heating and the fan is good Tanks

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    max carson Nov 05, 2012

    A bit vague.Can you be more specific.To give an informed solution I need more information.

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Once you know the beep sequence you can look it up. Usually points to the problem and you can go from there.

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