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View all 13 comments Report KAC- Nov 18, 2009 at 12:03 AM My explorer does the same thing and I don't have viruses or malware or anything like that. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged cj2600 April 18, 2006 | Hi Peter, It is not enough just disable the device using device manager. Solution: If the CPU heatsink is not clogged with dust and lint completely, you can use canned air and just blow it inside the laptop through the openings on the bottom

ruby May 8, 2006 | Assuming toshiba fixes these current problems. I open the tray with a paperclip (there is a hole in most dvds) just insert it in the hole in the faceplate. Nothing helps. randomly. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1712265/windows-shutting-randomly.html

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Buy a can of compressed air and blow inside the openings on the bottom of the laptop case and then inside the openings on the sides. cj2600 April 27, 2006 | Brandon, Toshiba Satellite A70 and A75 laptop are not the quietest computers in the world. Like I said, I will give it more time and if it shuts down any more I will proceed with the info. No problem..

  • If you already have one installed, make sure your virus scanner definitions are up-to-date, then run a full scan.
  • Sounds like either a power issue or the graphics chip is heating up and seperating from motherboard and/or perhaps the voltage regualtor on the motherboard.
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  • I am currently in the process of creating a ghost image of the hard drive before calling support.
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  • And it should work if one could install AMD graphic switching driver and turn off one of them.
  • It gets louder before shutting off.
  • I would go with at least 5400RPM or 7200RPM if you can afford it.
  • I plugged my two monitors into the other card that was not running hot, and everything is bliss now.The moral of the story is that if your computer is turning off

No hot spots on the board at all. Thanks again. I ran it twice and it took about the same amount of timeto run it the second time also. Computer Shuts Down Unexpectedly For overheating issues, check to make sure that the fan is clean, spins freely and varies its RPMs with the workload and internal temperature of your computer.

It will shut down normally at the setup is inspecting your hardware screen, or sometimes if I get lucky I will get to the blue screen to agree to the license, Computer Keeps Shutting Down Windows 10 CDs work fine. It’s nice as a precaution measure, but it might not work if your laptop already has a problem and the heatsink is completely clogged. The Wifi Card is a problem on many laptops, good to test laptop with it removed The hard drive probably isn't the issue but a slight possibility.

I do it with Defrag, and it will take quite a while unless done often. Laptop Shuts Down Randomly Never put a running laptop on a cushion or pillow, or inside a bag. I know it's a differnet make but It's showing the same signs as the Toshiba and appears to be more or less the same kind of set-up. It acts like the cpu is overheating and shuts down.

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Strange huh? https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/528394/computer-is-shutting-down-by-itself/ I have spent a week trying everything I've read on this board to fix the problem, and I guess it paid off.Thanks. Computer Shuts Down By Itself Is this usual - or is there more to my overheating problem than I assumed. Computer Shuts Down Randomly Windows 7 If the heatsink is clogged then the fan rotation speed might stay on high all the time.

If you still have the same problem after you booted with Knoppix, the software is not your problem. I will create a guide for Toshiba Tecra M4 as soon as I get it for repair in our shop. More like this 7 easy tips to extend your PC's lifespan Cool down an overheated laptop Laptop makeover: 5 ways to extend its useful life Video How EVGA is taking over Set the screen resolution to 800×600. Computer Randomly Shuts Down Not Overheating

THANKS! How can someone get a computer into safe mode? I tried the old vaccum trick and hat didn't work. Problem with UPS or surge protector Make sure any surge protector or Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is not the cause of your problem by connecting the computer directly to the power

Im having this problem with my acer v5. Computer Keeps Turning Off Is there a way to tell how hot my CPU is running? I was so looking forward to a good conclusion here.

You say it’s Toshiba Satellite 3000×4, and I’m not sure what x4 is.

cj2600 April 19, 2006 | If the laptop shuts down while working then it might indicate two problems. I appreciate you looking into this for me. I would definitely tested the memory modules with Memtest 86+ utility. Computer Keeps Shutting Off Windows 10 Or do I have to pay?

Can anyone answer this....Is it possible that because I haven't upgraded to IE 8 while allowing the upgrade to Flash 10 cause this? thanks I really don't know or understand why it does this. Report Un-Lucky(:› KAC - Sep 23, 2010 at 04:26 AM I did what Joe said, So lets see if it works :) wish me good luck. Give that a go Reply to unknown101 grimgSep 10, 2014, 9:56 PM unknown101 said: selenalovesu said: well i have a windows 7 and got it this christmas ,and it started shutting

Back to top #13 wayne937 wayne937 Topic Starter Members 225 posts OFFLINE Local time:02:33 PM Posted 29 March 2014 - 10:56 AM Old Phil, apparently Speccy read my memory sizewrong. I have searched the net for a long time now. Why? These are pads that go underneath the laptop and whisk away the heat.

they don't seem to be circled in the step 2 photo. I have an acer timelinex notebook doing the same thing. Fan operates at the same speed, no matter what. Will this happen while you are working, or only while it is idle ??

I don't know if you have a way to test it or if it's cheap enough to simply replace and hope. no it just turns off without any messagesThanks for replying Reply to unknown101 ur6beersawayJun 23, 2013, 11:03 PM Welcome. by fierce_glare / February 1, 2008 3:15 AM PST In reply to: Doubt that is the computer's PSU ... Sometimes bad wireless card can prevent a laptop from booting normally.

Replacement time, or if you have or can borrow one for testing, there is nothing left. damian February 8, 2006 | Hi, looking for advice… my toshiba satellite 3000×4 is overheating. So, regarding the clean it myself vs. It just can t start.

When you install the hard drive, you have to slide it inside the laptop base and the connector is completely hidden. There was lots of the white thermal greese in there, but do you think putting new stuff in there would make a difference? I had the power jack problem before and all of a sudden the shutdown problem started yesterday. Still going strong in the fridge.

You can do so safely only if the PC is off, hibernated, or in sleep mode.If you have a continuing problem, consider buying a laptop cooler. I can't seem to find much information about this issue elsewhere. The system will not let me download any other browser now though either. Once the house gained a certain temperature, the system shutdown started again.Clearly I was hunting for a temperature issue, but all fans seemed to be working normally.

 
 
 

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