Question about Computers & Internet
It probably is overheating, and then automatically shutting-down, to prevent any damage.
Take it to a qualified technician, to check that its fan(s) are working, and to clean-out any dust inside the computer that is acting as a layer of insulation, preventing the heat from being expelled by the fans.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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