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Laptop shut down

My laptop suddenly goes into something like hibernation or standby mode. no effort restores the laptop back into active mode.even after switching it off manually rebooting to window is a big problem and is only possible after several tries.the problem mainly occur if i run an application that is quit demanding in terms of CPU resource.i have even replaced the HDD and the fan keep on running.any clue to the solution of this problem?

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It's possible it is running too hot. The fan should not be running all the time. Turn it off and place a strong vacumn cleaner hose over the fan intake. What happens is that a strip of dust gets built up over time and blocks the exhaust duct.

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