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Lenovo laptop shutdown suddenly after working for a while

I have a lenovo laptop, 3000 N100. Recently it has a problem which it
shut down by itself after I use it for 20 minutes. After the shut down, I turn it on and this time it work only 2 minutes and shut down by itself.
I open the back and watch the laptop run. I notice that the cooling fan did not run at all.

What is the problem here?

James chen

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Hi James, replace the fan or If it's still under warranty have it serviced. Suggest you stop turning it on until the fan is replaced. It could be the fan cooling the CPU. You don't want it to fry.
The shut down process is normal when over heating is detected by the system.

lenovo link. http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?sitestyle=lenovo&lndocid=MIGR-63446

Good luck!
Mike

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