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EVRY 5 MINUTE MY ASUS OFTEN TO SHUT DOWN IT SELF WHY?

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You have some sort of over heating problem. Most asus motherboards have a built in fail safe to shutdown before component failure happens.

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Let me tell you this got old in a hurry. I looked on the internet for expertise advice by stating my case in the google search bar. There were 20 different relays and fix this and fix and replace thats on there.

I decided to just take the back cover off and have a look for my self.
once I was inside i was touching this and poking that and noticed it was really dusty inside with plenty of left over spider homes so i used my computer air can spray and clean it all out.
I thought maybe it just might have been the problem as bad as it was in there so I plugged it in with the back still off and it shut down in 4 minutes just like before.
Something was wrong and I couldn't quit place it so I tried it again after the relay clicked back on. Then I saw it. The cooling fan was not turning.
I unplugged it and tried to turn it by hand after squirting some WD 40 on it and the plastic blade would turn but not the shaft the blade was attached to. So I got a pair of pliers and worked the shaft until it broke free. Squirted a little more oil on it and it became nice and smoooooth oh boy!!!

I then plugged it back in and set the timer to 5 minutes. By the way never touch anything inside one of these while it is plugged in.
The microwave approached the 4 minute mark and I stood there with my fingers crossed watching the fan run as smoooooth as can be.
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I did this again at 10 minutes and it made it all the way through without shutting down.
I now have a great working $5.00 microwave and it didn't cost me anything more but a little time and couple squirts of oil.

So if you experience the same early shut down time then now you can maybe good lucky like me and repair it your self by a flick of the fan blade.
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2. Press the power button 10 times, next 1 minute pressing down.
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3. Is your anti virus software up to date.
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5. Check also your ISP (internet service provider) to see if there are any outages in your area.
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perform hard drive self test:
Hard Drive Self Test:
1. If the notebook computer is running solely on battery power, plug the AC adapter into the notebook.
2. Shut down the computer if it is running.
3. Press the power button to turn on the computer.
4. Press f10 when the HP/Compaq logo displays.
5. After the BIOS Setup Utility displays, use the Right Arrow key to select the Diagnostics menu.
6. Select HDD Self-Test options .
7. Press enter to display a list of HDD/Self-Test options.
8. Select Notebook Hard Drive and then press f10 to display an Estimated test time .
9. Press f10 to continue. The Hard Drive Self Test executes a Quick test , a Comprehensive test, and a SMART test.

If test pass then perform below steps:
Improve system performance:
Follow the steps provided in the below url:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c00815926

if persists, restore the ntoebook to factory settings.following below steps in the url
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&docname=c00809678&product=18703:

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Shut off windows system restore. (A must do first).
Update your antivirus software & perform a full system scan. When completed shut down your system. Unplug the power cord from the power supply. Open your case & touch the metal framing with your hand to discharge any static. Remove your system memory. Wait a minute or two. Re-install your memory. Close up your case. Plug the power cord back into the PS. Power up your system. Check windows for updates. Do not use the Express button. Use the Custom button.
Download all security updates & look to the left and install any hardware updates as well. Restart windows after updating.
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Hope you find this helpful.
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Try to reinstall the software if you want it, maybe that gonna solve your problem.

You can also check your BIOS and see if you can Inactive the Music Button.

but try to uninstall it first, and restart your computer. then shut it down and see if it restart by it self.
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Get back to me if it doesent help and we try something else

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