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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are planning to open the notebook make sure the cpu cooler is mounted flush and has the most possible amount of contact with the cpu for heat transfer. I don't know about yours but normally in bios you can set a fatal temperature shutdown. Try to look up what cpu you have (when you open the case) and see if maybe the temperature is set too low. Then you would be able to reset the temperature to something higher if possible and this would solve the overheating shutdown problem.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
Try to reset CMOS sometimes BIOS saves incorrect parameter (especially when overclocking) It must have 3v clockstyle battery into motherboard. If you arent familiar to disassambling and then assambling laptops it will be better do this someone experienced. Take it off 10 minutes to reset CMOS and then return back. Take off ram clean its gilden pins vith dry clothes or naplin and put back.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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