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UnExpected Shutdown, non overhating problem

Hello, I got a Laptop Lenovo 3000 v100, since 1,5 month, PC is experiencing some problems, suddenly shut down, I have no problem with overheating (I am running everest and monitoring this aspect). Could you please help me? I thank you in advance Kind regards, Marcelo Barrios

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  • voobweb Apr 23, 2009

    the sudden shutdown happens only when running windows xp sp3, i have osx86, 2.6 linux and opensolaris working just fine on this same machine....



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