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Is it up on a table on in your lap? There are vents on the sides and bottom that need to be kept clear so the unit can cool itself, you can visually inspect those to make sure no dust/dirt are clogging them up and use compressed air to clean. If you are snuggling in bed with it or have papers close to side of vents, or using in lap covering those holes, you should feel the heat, heat destroys laptops and if you continue to use it in that manner, if that is the issue, you will have a failed unit shortly. It is most likely beeping and shutting down from excessive heat.
when you start it up hit the f8 key a few times right away and it should bring up your boot options page and chose your method for start up start in safe mode to keep options down to a min. and it will only load mandatory winsys drivers and soft weare. good luck
The processor has to perform large amount of work while surfing , especially while usingvideos and animationMultiple windows/tabsnumber of browserwhich in turn produces lot of heat . The heat produced is managed by the interneal heat sink and inbuilt cooling fans.But this cooling process may get affected by the blockage in air vents due to dust.So to safeguard the laptop form overheat, it automatically shuts down. One simple try :Go to the Adobe flash properties and disable Hardware acceleration for online content. That ought to stop the system from rebooting or crashing.
Else...Its better to call a technician when it shuts down often.....
This sounds more like other problems on your system, which may also involve corrupt registry data, or potential virus. It should never take that long to start up, nor should you allow it to. If it is, just press and hold the power button for 5 seconds to force the computer to shut down. Then restart. If this happens again, then it's potentially a bigger problem. I would recommend using a trusted scanner and optimization software. I personally use AVG PC Tune-Up to keep my system optimized and my registry clean, at least twice a week. It speeds up my system and keeps things clean in my registry that makes booting up and shutting down much quicker. Plus, the system ends up running a lot more smoothly.
when the fans start and then stop after a few seconds the processor is shutting down on the protection circuit. check for swollen capacitors. very small and hard to replace but critical to motherboard operation
It refers to the Drives not drivers. It simply means that your hard disk have a lot of floating data files due to improper shutdown or hardware failure. So, to resolve this, windows shuts down to prevent further damage.
When windows open, open My computer. Right click on your Drive C and click properties. Click TOOLS Tab and Click CHECK NOW. Then schedule a thorough check.
yes its common, its called unessary maintence. the best way is install a biger electric fan or set multipal fans. these issues are really due to breakdown in processor and hardware. such as improper shut downs and start ups and how long the cpu been running. next check to see if your power supply is sufficient it maybe to much or little pending what you have plugged in ,o.s.
and connection time.