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Laptop shuts down abruptly

I have the exact same problem, I dont think it has anything to do with the battery, as I have taken out the battery and run my laptop on power supply only, I thought it was my battery too but while using my laptop the screen will just go black and then shut down with no form or warning or anything.

I have removed programs and software that I do not use, cleaned my desktop, run BIOS tests, and still the same problem???

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    kav7 Sep 07, 2009

    nope, i never use my laptop on fabric as my friend used to use her laptop on the bed and it resulted in blowing up, so i never use it on the bed. I only use it on my laps or a table, however underneath does seem to heat up as I use my laptop for such a long time as I am constantly on it for hours doing uni work and browsing the net.

  • kav7
    kav7 Sep 07, 2009

    No the keyboard feels fine at all times however the laptop underneath warms up but thats only after a very long time as I use the laptop for ages.

  • kav7
    kav7 Sep 07, 2009

    I will give that a try! thank you!! =D

  • kav7
    kav7 Sep 07, 2009

    no i do not think I have done this yet. But i will try giving it a clean first and if that does not resolve the problem then I will have to try and restore the system defaults. I will respond back with results as soon as I have attempted them.

    Many thanks.

  • Ken Derbyshire May 11, 2010

    Have you done a system recovery to backdate to a timeline when you weren't having trouble? Check the bootup menu on the bottom of the screen when OS is loading and there may be a "Restore System Defaults" option that will return your computer to the state it was in when released from the manufacturer. Just remember to backup everything as this is the next closest thing to an Fdisk without erasing OS software.

  • Dana Newcombe
    Dana Newcombe May 11, 2010

    Does your keypad seem to get exceedingly warm?

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Another venue yopu might consider is removing the hatch cover for the processor and remove the heat sink retaing screws. Lift off the heat sink and wipe the center contact area with a clean dry cloth, you should see a pencil collored mark on the cloth. then do the same to the processor in the center where it contacts the sink only.

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This can happen if the machine is getting to hot. Make sure that the fans are running and clean the inside with compressed air to remove all the dust.

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