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After short periods, sometimes as little as 2 minutes, it comes up with a message that windows has to shut down. It seams to be getting hotter than usual underneath as well. Now it will not start up at all. The power light comes on and the fan seems to be running very slow but there is nothing on the screen.

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MY NOKIA 6630 MOBILE IS HANG AND HIS SCREEN BECOME WHITE

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