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I would have to guess that the fan is not working, which could mean that the fan is bad, or that there is a bad fuse. Also, it could be in the control panel that turns on the fan. If you know anything about wiring. Try hard wiring the fan and see if it actually works. If it does, then you would move on to checking the control panel.
your cpu is probably overheating
turn off the power and unplug the computer and all periferals.
it may be dirty or the cpu fan may be going out. open the case, clean the fan with a can of air and cotton swabs. do not allow the fan blades to rotate freely when blowing them with air by holding them in place (or the bearing may go bad). you may also want to blow out the rest of the case as well and remove each card to clean them with swabs and air.
it will be slow work, but it can save you wear and tear on the entire system by doing so.
put everything back together and try everything to see that they work properly. if the problem persists, you may need to replace the cpu fan or risk damage to the processor.
You can try to clean it out..you do this by following these steps:
1. Clean the inside of your camera by opening the back and then blowing the dust out with a can of compressed air, or with a bulb tool that blows air when you squeeze.
2. Clean the lens by blowing any dust off with compressed air. Use a special lens cleaner and lens cloth to thoroughly clean the surface.
3. Wet a cloth and wring out as much water as possible. Use this cloth to clean dirt off the camera casing, making sure no water seeps into the camera's interior.
4. Use a dry soft-bristle toothbrush to clean out the crevices of your camera's casing.
5. Rub dirty battery contacts with a pencil eraser.
Although, this is not a common problem..if cleaning it out does not work you are better off going back to the store and either returning this item or demanding a repair service.
OMG! I had the same issue and blew on the lens. To easy to be true, but it worked! I thought maybe it was a fluke, so I turned the camcorder on and off several times, and it worked every time! Sure beats the $341 Sony was going to charge to fix it!!!!