Question about Sony VAIO VGN-CR220E/P Notebook
The sudden turn off is a protection that it is supposed to do when the CPU gets to the max allowed temperature...if you changed the heat dispenser and the cooler..the next thing to do is to get an external cooler for laptops..its the only way that you may use it for long perods of time without problems ...The issue is probably the zone that you live on ...(probably a warm place ) ..and the way you use it ...cause they are made to not do that in normal conditions ..
Another thing to check is the settings in BIOS ..just get into the bios and select the factory optimal defaults ...and after that confirm choice and save the changes with F10 ...and enter to confirm and exit..
This will make sure that you do not have a lower level of temperature set as maximum allowed for the CPU..
This is a link for some kinda device I mentioned..(external cooler..)
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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