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    Kraków my love :)

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Start playing some most demanding game, keep SpeedFan running, and watch Core0, and Core1 closely.
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here...

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This is not good. Your processor max temps are listed at 100C, and you're getting dangerously close.
I'm pretty sure, those temps will go few degrees higher, and your laptop shuts down.
You definitely have overheating problem, but since this is laptop, and I'm not a hardware guy, it won't be easy.
I'd advice you to start a new topic in hardware section, mentioning overheating problem, and a link to this thread.
At least, we're pretty sure, what your problem is.
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ok.. thanks a lot... you've been a very big help...
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You're very welcome :)
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please help me with my problem... :)
click the link to view my previous thread and please give me ideas or anything i can do to solve the problem... thanks in advance...

laptop problem <-------

Edited by sillyces, 05 March 2009 - 02:30 PM.

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Hello sillyces

The link you have provided us with is a link to this topic... ???

You are receiving assistance from broni at the moment , please do not create another thread about this topic while this thread is open ( if you require further assistance when this topic is closed , have an admin re-open it.. )

Thank you for your time

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