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wandy_lee

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Hi there, my computer just shuts off automatically, it is shutting off like instantly, without any notice. :) It shuts off like electricity cuts off, no window logging sign or anything. ;) I would have to turn it on again by myself. :) It has been shutting off 5 times since last night. Please help me anyone. What could go wrong? :) :)
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Download Everest from my list of programs below. Run it on Computer > Sensor. Wait few seconds until data shows up and report the temperatures of the cpu, motherboard and hard disk.
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Hi there, I tried to download and install the EVEREST, however, when I was going to run it, it said "Unicode system is not supported" and it doesn't run.

So what should I do now?Thanks for helping!
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