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OK, as you can figure, the problem is due to the CPU overheating. You will firstly need to open up the unit and have a look at the CPU fan itself, if it is full of dust particles, you will need to clean the fan unit.
If this doesn't work, you will also need to place new thermal paste on the CPU itself.
If you do not feel comfortable to do this yourself, you will need to take your computer to your nearest repair store, explain to them what the problem is, and let them fix this.
Hope this can be of help.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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