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My labtop (M1330) became hang than trun off during movies playing

Hello Dear,
i had sometime the mentioned problems,
but now, i cannt on my labtop or if i turn on that became off immediately, please explain what is my labtop problem, is it possible about ghraphic cart problem? or other,

i am waiting your response as soon as possible,
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