Laptop shuts down after 5 min or so

cbibci

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my laptop shuts down after 5 min or so wheni do normal taks like surf inter net and shuts down whenever i play hd video or use heavy graphic applications .. it shuts down automatically and i also get blue screen death also laptop gets very heated and hot...

here is the hw monitor pro print screen
http://postimg.org/image/knxcagx9p/
or
http://s30.postimg.org/6u8zlf4oh/my_laptop.jpg


i am using dell inspiron intel core laptop
plz help
 

pcmagic

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I agree with the above statements. Be sure to clean it out thoroughly and carefully with compressed air. Something as simple as this can make a world of difference when it comes to the computer operating at a operational temperature.

Sometimes when computers thermal paste goes bad (gets brittle and crumbly) it loses its head transfer properties and needs to be replaced. Carefully disassembling the computer and cleaning it out with compressed air as you go, and finally, replacing the thermal paste on the CPU and GPU can ensure years more use out of your machine. When replacing thermal paste be sure to follow the manufactures directions for your particular computer. You want to be sure to put enough on to be effective, but not so much that it spills over the edges onto the other electrical components.
 

Cons29

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the keyword here is "hot", you said it yourself. so clean it, use a cooling pad. if that does not work, you will have to have it checked (unless you can do it yourself)
 

pcmagic

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I agree with the above statements. Be sure to clean it out thoroughly and carefully with compressed air. Something as simple as this can make a world of difference when it comes to the computer operating at a operational temperature.

Sometimes when computers thermal paste goes bad (gets brittle and crumbly) it loses its head transfer properties and needs to be replaced. Carefully disassembling the computer and cleaning it out with compressed air as you go, and finally, replacing the thermal paste on the CPU and GPU can ensure years more use out of your machine. When replacing thermal paste be sure to follow the manufactures directions for your particular computer. You want to be sure to put enough on to be effective, but not so much that it spills over the edges onto the other electrical components.
 
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