This is an easy fixthere is dust clogging the heat sync. left side bottom there is a odd sized panel with a single screw holding it you cand access the heat sync there remove the screws holding it and remove and clean the fins and serrounding areas where you see dust buildup. reverse install your good to go no more shutting down sue to over heating.
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This cannot be fixed any way other than repairing the knob or short circuiting the contacts where the potentiometer used to be (not recommended) as your volume will be on full all the time although you could use windows to software turn it down. because if you are going to do that, it wouldnt be much more work to replace the knob.
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Try starting in the Safe Mode; you can access a short menu using either F5 or F8 during the first few seconds after power on.
That will load very little of Windows and you can troubleshoot from there.
You might first try booting again and recording the last lines of text as this may also be a clue to the problem.