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Advent laptop 7619 keeps shutting down

Even when on mains and full battery it shuts down after a minute or so, recently had new hard drive but warranty now out. Can I do anything.

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Yes clean the fan with compressed air, and check bios and see if it is set to shut down at 105 degrees temp if it is move it up to 130%.

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