Question about Acer Aspire 7720 Notebook
Watching any kind of video, flash or otherwise will cause overheat and shutdown. Linux and MS Windows Vista, happens on both.
What could be the problem and hopefully a fix.
Check to see if the fan is working, if not replace it.
If the fan is working and spinning freely, then clean the vents and remove any dust/lint.
You may need to remove the fan/heatsink off the CPU and clean off the old heatsink compound and replace it with fresh heatsink compound and reinstall the fan/heatsink.
When using the laptop, make sure it is on a firm flat surface and none of the vents are obstructed.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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