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when im workin on adobe photoshop it just shuts down after awhile and this has happened to a couple other programs..what could it be?
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Download Speedfan (The download link is in the first line of the second paragraph), and install it. Once it's installed, run the program and post here the information it shows. The information I want you to post is the stuff that is circled in the example picture I have attached.

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ok this is what i got :

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Hi there.

Are those the temps after awhile of using photoshop?
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ok here it is after runnin adobe

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Well the program is not detecting any fans on the CPU or on the case in general.

Do you have any fans whatsoever in your PC?
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Voltage readings don't look that great either. :whistling: Maybe try another one like Everest Home. See if this gives the info you want. There's another good free app someone gave on this forum, but I don't remember what it is. Covers the latest boards, hardware, etc.

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to ultimateslacker: i have no clue if there is a fan on my computer but the bottom gets really hot...

and to major payne: i downloaded that program so what exactly am i looking for?
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Hi again.

Is this a Desktop or a laptop?
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it is a laptop
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Ah, ok.

You can buy one of those lap fan coolers that sit under the laptop
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and that will help programs from closing? i thought it might have been a bug or a virus? and sometimes after awhile my computer wont let me right click or click any menus or anything so i have to keep restarting my computer
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Well it will stop the overheating.

Have you defragged and ran diskclean up recently? That is a important job.
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no i have not done this since ive owned the computer..how do i do that and will it delete my files?
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No. Just the useless ones that are hiding in your tempoary internet files and it will for sure free up space. It will not delete any of your valuable treasures.
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