My laptop crash on windows 7 loading screen and then reboot. It seems like something is getting too hot and I think that's the gpu. I cleaned the laptop and added new thermal paste, but I still have the same issue. I'm wondering if the heatsink is broken ?
Have you tried to run chkdsk to see if you might have a bad sector in your HD, or do a system restore?? You can also run startup repair if you have a corrupt bootup file, If that fails From safe mode go into your command prompt, open under administrator mode type bootrec.exe /FixMbr. No fix yet then from cmd type bootrec.exe /FixBoot . If still problems then type bootrec.exe /RebuildBcd in cmd
I mean xp doesn't crash during the format process. You know the blue and yellow screen like 8bits colors, but during the installation the laptop crash.
I'm pretty sure the video card become too hot. However, I can't figure out why. Everything is clean.
Ok boot into safe mode with networking and download GPUZ and use that to check your GPU temps. I doubt that your GPU temps are shutting your pc down before it even boots up, there has to be another issue