Question about IBM Computers & Internet
The cooling-fan inside your computer either has seized-up, and is not spinning at all, or it is spinning "too-slow", i.e., less than the minimum speed at which it should spin.
So, your computer will soon be overheating.
Take it to a qualified computer-technician, for trouble-shooting & repair.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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