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After installing new fan, comp shuts down to safe mode.

Comp shuts down every hour or so to safe mode.

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    New CPU fan or case fan? Unit clean, no dust? Tried reseating CPU?

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Is the fan spinning?

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Try booting into safe mode and see if the same thing happens.
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Regarding with this problem, when computer which is shutting down. It is the processor problem they can not reach the temperature. Be sure that the CPU fan is spinning so that it will control the CPU temperature. If the fan is not spinning it will cause overheating. Try to disassemble the unit specifically the CPU. Clean your unit remove the dust, when you assemble back your unit make sure that you will put a thermal paste between the CPU and the CPU heat sink so that the of the CPU will absorbed by the heat sink.

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Sounds like a hardware failure. Possilbly the motherboard, more than likely, the power supply.
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If this doesnt work, try the same proceedures ( restart - F8 ) but this time select safe mode - at the top of the list.
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