The laptop shutsdown repeatedly while running word or google or??.
Restrating again and it shuts down in a few minutes. If let alone for an hour it will work for an hour.
Is this an overheating problem?? or ??.
I have the same laptop and had similar issues. My issues started a few
months after maxing out the RAM. The problem was with the 2nd memory
slot. I don't remember the exact problem, but the store that fixed mine
had to re-solder the memory slot.
I believe if you only use the
first memory slot it will boot up fine. It is only when the 2nd slot is
used that the "shut down issue" starts.
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u may have a bad motor windings problem, usually will rund for about 25 minutes to an hour then shut off, wait an hour and can run again then shuts off ? also check ur venting inside machine and to the wall a build up can cause it to overheat and then shut down? u may have to remove cabinet to see inside condition? which thermostats did u change, u may have bad hi-lo limit and cycleling thermostat
If the computer is overheating it will shut down to save the hardware from heat damage, the temp is pre set. It may get hot, due to air flow in a minute or and hour. What does the "screen comes up says problem " say? Check the fan and vents for dust and clean, improve air flow around bottom vents and side vents. Perhaps a Laptop Cooler? When the computer shuts down unepectedly, the computer see it as a crash and will load in that option screen. Run a 'Check Disk" on the OS drive buy opening computer in start menu, right click the drive with the OS (C), open properties, Tools, Check now, choose all options, follow instructions, reboot.
Sounds like your ignition coil is going bad. I believe you can have those checked for free at your local auto parts store. When they start to go bad they will fail on you when they get hot but once they cool down they are good to go again. Let me know if you have any other questions. Thank for rating my response and for using FixYa!