laptop shut down-vista

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by fareeed, Mar 14, 2010.

  1. fareeed

    fareeed Guest

    laptop shuts down-Vist

    I have Vista (acer aspire 4930, intel core 2 duo T5800, 2 gb ddr2) an
    for an unknown reason the laptop shuts itself down, sometime
    after 45 mins, 30 mins, sometimes after 10 mins. not know why i
    happen..
    I have tried system restore, downloaded windows updates, updated avir
    an
    done a full scan (of which took several hours and the laptop stayed on
    all fan
    seem to be working
    Nothing seems to trigger it in particular and timings are different
    Any ideas would be welcome
     
    fareeed, Mar 14, 2010
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  2. fareeed

    fareeed Guest

    laptop shuts down-Vist

    I have Vista (acer aspire 4930, intel core 2 duo T5800, 2 gb ddr2) an
    for an unknown reason the laptop shuts itself down, sometime
    after 45 mins, 30 mins, sometimes after 10 mins. not know why i
    happen..
    I have tried system restore, downloaded windows updates, updated avir
    an
    done a full scan (of which took several hours and the laptop stayed on
    all fan
    seem to be working
    Nothing seems to trigger it in particular and timings are different
    Any ideas would be welcome
     
    fareeed, Mar 14, 2010
    #2
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  3. fareeed

    compuwhiz93 Guest

    OK try this
    Go to the start men
    type performance
    Click on reliability and performance monitor
    click on reports (left
    Syste
    And click on any reports ther
    read them or copy past them if u dont get it

    Good luck!

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    compuwhiz93, Mar 14, 2010
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    brummyfan Guest

    Hi fareeed
    Download HW Monitor and check the temperatures, overheating may be th
    cause of those shutdowns
     
    brummyfan, Mar 14, 2010
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