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Usually overheating or a virus.
Your fan extraction points may be blocked with dust and fluff, you may need to take part of the back off the laptop to clean these properly.
If it is a virus/malware problem, give it a full scan with your virus program and also malwarebytes (free version)
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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