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Problem of frequently shutdown unexpectedly for m6810 laptop ........When fan starts after some temp. goes up to 53 C. it causes....

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Heat issue...53 degrees Celsius is WAY too hot. Your notebook protecting itself by shutting off. The fan may not be cooling efficiently. Have the notebook serviced, or invest in a laptop cooler.

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Laptops/notebooks tend to overheat more quickly the desktop resulting in shut down, try a laptop/notebook cooling fan

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  • robert booher Feb 27, 2009

    laptops/notebooks tend to overheat more quickly the desktop resulting in shut down, try a laptop/notebook cooling fan

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