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  • John Walker Jan 13, 2013

    To be more clear, My ASUS F3JP shuts down within a minute or two of booting into Windows whenever I have any ATI driver for the Radeon x1700 that I have tried. When I Have the standard generic VGA from windows installed, the problem disappears. I have tried pulling the heatsink off and replacing the thermal compound with Arctic Silver 5, thinking that it might be an overheating problem, but It hasn't made a difference. Any ideas?

  • Lucio Oct 03, 2013

    Try Linux (elementary OS, perhaps)

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