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Windows 7: My windows 7 laptop keeps turning off randomly

04 Oct 2013   #1
hahagu

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
My windows 7 laptop keeps turning off randomly

My windows 7 laptop keeps turning off randomly by it self. See attachment. I checked with 3 different antiviruses, and a boot time scan. I even checked the event viewer(see attachment). PLZ help!




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04 Oct 2013   #2
richnrockville

Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1
 
 

hahagu: Welcome to the windows 7 forum.

One reason that laptops shut themselves off is that the cpu heats up because of dirty fans. Have you tried to clean out
your fan by using some compressed air into the vents?

Or the intake for the fans is obstructed.

Rich
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04 Oct 2013   #3
jeffhub

Windows 7 Ultimate -SP1 x32
 
 

Check your pc or laptoptemperature using CPUID HWmonitor download it at HWMonitor CPUID - System & hardware benchmark, monitoring, reporting
if your temperature is so high you better buy colling pad for laptop and use an electric fan for pc and face it at the cpu...
or maybe you have so many programs that are running in ur pc close some of them using task manager.
stop some programs from booting at startup using ms config open start menu>type run>open it>type msconfig>select the startup tab>uncheck what u dont use anymore
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04 Oct 2013   #4
xden115

Delaware
 
 

This used to happen to my gaming laptop I had. Like the person before said, its most likely got some dirty fans. However, when I had this problem I just bought a cooler. You just put it under the laptop and it helps. My laptop used to last 5 minutes before overheat. It never overheats anymore. Try a Cooler Master Notepal X2.
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