Question about E-Machines M6810 Notebook
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.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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