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Laptop heats up then shuts down cools down starts again does same thing again

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That sounds like the cooling fan is either plugged up, or it is faulty, or the cooling fins for the CPU heat sink are plugged up with lint and dust. The cooling fan on that toshiba should be accessible through a cover panel under the pc notebook. Remove the cooling fan and use compressed air in a can to clean the cooling fan and the cooling fins to the CPU heat sink and be sure that the air intake vents for the cooling fan are also clean and free of any dust, dirt, or lint. Here are some images that are similar to help assist you, and let me know if you require any further assistance.


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When the CPU overheats then it will shut down (ie thermal overload) and won't boot up again until it has cooled down. If this is the problem is not fixed then the CPU will eventually fail
The problem is caused by a faulty fan or the fan and heatsink assembly are clogged with dust.
Check the CPU fan to see if it spins freely, if not replace the fan. If the fan and heatsink is clogged with dust the remove the dust and make sure the vents are clear and dust free.

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Overheating Frequent overheating will damage the motherboard!..becomes unstable, no display, hang-up and worst black-out or no power at all.
Symptoms: The laptop starts beeping, freezes, restarts by itself or shuts down after it has been on for some time, typically 10-15 minutes or more. If you start it again, it does the same thing after just a few minutes.
Troubleshooting: Most laptops overheat because the fan intake is blocked either from placing the laptop on a soft surface or by dust. In either case you will need to let it cool down before turning it back on (may take up to 30 min). If you suspect that dust is blocking the fan/heat-sink, get a compressed air can and try to clean it now (that will cool down the laptop too).
Sometimes overheating is caused by a fan malfunction. If the fan is completely stuck, the laptop will show an error message immediately after starting. However in rare cases the fan’s fins are just loose or broken and won’t move enough air to cool the laptop.
In either case you should try cleaning the fan(s) and heat-sink(s) with compressed air. That is best done outside, as usually there is a surprising amount of dust accumulated in there. If the laptop continues to overheat, you will need to bring it to a repair shop.
Also if you have dropped the laptop, the screws holding the heat-sink may have broken off. In this case the laptop will overheat in just a couple of minutes as the CPU has lost contact with the heat-sink and is not cooled at all.

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