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Hp Pavilion zd8000 keeps shutting down sometimes one hour or can run all night. When starting up all opened windows are lost. The machine appears to run hot but all fans are ok. Please advise
There is a software called "SpeedFan" which you can download here
This software will tell you the internal temperatures of the computer (so you can figure out if overheating is the problem). Most of the time overheating is due to excessive dust inside the laptop. The best bet is to get a can of compressed air and clean the inside out. This does require some disassembling of the system, so if you are not comfortable doing so I would advise you to take it to a local computer shop.
Another solution would be to purchase a "Laptop Cooler", this will lower your temperatures anywhere from 5-10 degree's, but can get annoying to lug around with you. You can view some laptop coolers here
If you happen to run the Speedfan application, let us know what the temperatures displayed as, and I can tell you if it is running too hot!
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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