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I have an HP DV7-3085DX laptop that shuts down when the motherboard reaches around 120 degrees celcius. The fan has been cleaned out and new paste added, new hard drive with a new build of WIndows 7 Ultimate 64-bit, no battery. System works fine when sitting idle. once you start something simple like surfing, it shuts down. I run a fan under the unit and it runs fine as well. What the heck could it be? HELP!!!!!!
No solution, but that is really hot. Hot enough to start frying other components. Eventually it will.
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to install windows 7 (32 bit) not 64. To change to 64 you have to make internal changes and updates to your notebook. Your notebook is set up for 32 bit systems.
Posted on May 19, 2010
this will be an isue with the drivers for the drive you will have to get the windows 7 drivers
Posted on May 20, 2010
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