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Help, my laptop keeps dying


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sajolley

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could some one please help me my Compaq Presario 700 Series laptop keep shutting down and im not sure what to do with it
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sajolley, it will help our Tech Staff be able to give you good advice if you can describe your problem a little more. For instance, what exactly happens? Are you doing anything in particular on the laptop when the crashing occurs, etc? Any information you can give will be a great help. :tazz:
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I turn it on its pluged in to the wall sometimes it will crash when its loading to the log in screen and sometimes it will let me log in and be on line or whatever im not doing anything in particular for 5 to 30 mins then it just dies

Edited by sajolley, 07 December 2005 - 05:57 AM.

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Hello sajolley...

Download Speed Fan (Click on the SpeedFan 4.27 link in the second paragraph), install it, and run it to monitor voltages and temperatures. I am particularly interested in the temperatures.

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