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The best solution is never buy Gateway again. I have the same problem in my T-1623. I sent twice the laptop under warranty and they did not solve the problem. Bad design. Gateway should honor a voucher to owners with overheating laptops to buy other laptops.

Posted on Oct 07, 2013

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SOURCE: M6307 Gateway Laptops overheats and shuts down

Have you called Gateway? This is definitely a mother board or CPU problem, both probably caused by a slow acting fan. Gateway should replace these.

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