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horesfan

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i have run test on the my windows 7 laptop aspire 5560, amd quad-core processer (A6-3420M),amd radeon hd 552G, 512mb graphics system memory and 15.6 hd led lcd.
Three yrs old also did a scan disk, defrag, virus scan, melware and adware, i check for highjeck virus, torjans, other virus none. I have notice wired nose coming from the cooling fan, get hot very fast. the vents on the bottom has only a little cut for the air get in to cool the computer down. What does mean:confused:
 

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I would say the shutdown is due to over heating. It is important to occasionally clean the dust and crud out of laptops. You could get a can of compressed air and blow in through the vents to try cleaning it. But if it is too bad, if you are not comfortable with opening up the case of your laptop and cleaning it out, taking it to a local Computer Shop and have it cleaned would be a good choice.
 
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