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This is usually a sign of overheating or virus/malware.
Check your case fans and cpu fan/heatsink, make sure they are clean and free from dust.
Check your graphic cards fans if you have one.
You may need to refit your CPU with new thermal paste.
Run your virus scanner/malware scanner (malwarebytes if you dont have it) you are best doing this in safe mode (F8 on boot up) with system restore OFF
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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