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My notebook is running hot and freezing up

My computer is running hot as soon as I turn it on and then it will go to windows and be okay I can even open a file but as soon as I do it tells me the computer is not responding. I finally after 2 hours got most of my stuff onto a flash drive but it still is doing it. but it doesn't want to work. what is wrong with my computer?

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Is the fan working on the back. you should be able to hear it.

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