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Windows just shuts down..(gets off abruuptly)..


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#1 timesking

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Posted 02 June 2009 - 12:03 AM

hello guys..

heres wat i know.. from past 2 months my windows XP SP2 just shuts down or get off immediately.. wen i m playing a game or using a browser after some few minutes it just gets off..m not playing a huge game or something, just some small game.. or gets off even if m playing a small flash game in browser also..
first i tot it was HDD problem.. i diagnosed with seatools, found nothing.. one i thing i observed is tat when i just leave my utorrent for Downloading it doesnt gets off .. or if i do some small things in my comp it doesnt gets off..
i googled abu this problem, found many ppl complaining abu similar n the prob was overheating itseems.. pls guys put some light on it.. help me..

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Posted 02 June 2009 - 03:59 AM

One quick way of making sure it's not a heating problem is to open up your PC's case. Start off my taking a look at the fans and make sure there;s no severe dust buildup. Then, start the computer and time to see how long before it switches off. If the time taken is longer than before, you know you've got a heating problem.

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