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Your CPU is overheating.
Try and get into the BIOS and increase the fan speed & any aother fan on the system. Don't increase the temperature range, as this will damage the system.
You won't be able to sort out the software problem until the system is running within the hardware limits.
You can also run a office fan to help get the system to cool while making the changes in the BIOS.
Posted on May 11, 2008
I had the same problem. I thought it was over heating, so i left it shut off for 5 minutes. After that, it works again!!
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