Im using DELL inspiron1525 laptop,i have a automatic shut down problem with my lap-when i play games in LAN and when i convert some mulimedia files with more than 80mb to another format,my system shuts down automatically....so please friends resolve my problem give some solutions to solve my problem
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A Does it turn off automatically after few minutes Or
B It fails to shut down when you choose to do so ??
If the system turn off automatically, try to clean the cooling vents and make sure that the system is not overheating
If the system fails to shutdown, test the system in safe mode. Restart and tap F8 repeatedly, select safe mode and press Enter. Once it start in safe mode, try to shutdown. If it able to shut down properly then the problem can be with your antivirus software
It sounds like your system is over heating. If the system is shutting down it will be over heating on the CPU and shutting off to prevent fatal damage to the CPU. If it were the GPU over heating it would simply video lock.
Vostro is a business class machine so it is not designed to handle gaming and could be exactly why it is having this issue. The system is being over worked performing a task it is not technically capable of doing.
You can purchase a laptop cooler pad to create additional cooling solutions, but this may not help since the system is not designed to play games.
try to turn off the laptop, then remove the cables and battery on the laptop. Then press and hold the power button for 5 seconds. Reinsert the cables and battery on the pc. Turn on the pc and play games. Check if your pc could sustain. If not, try to upgrade your memory on the laptop...
Try the RAM modules one at a time. See if system run normally one one but not the other. If no change, then the system is most likely not cooling properly and when under load it crashes. If that is the case, a CPU Heatsink/Cooling fan might resolve. If still no go, then motherboard
It might be overheating. Try getting a can of compressed air from Radio Shack or even CVS. Blow out all the vents with the laptop off. Wait 30 minutes and then power on. Keep laptop off beds and blankets as they tend to block air flow.