Windows 7 Automatically shuts down
Windows 7 Automatically shuts down when browsing the internet and it hasn't done this before. Never experienced this before............... Here is my PC INFO os Microsoft Windows Home 7 Premium 6.1.7601 service pack 1 build 7601 system manufacturer ACER system module Aspire 5552 proccessor AMD Pentum(tm) II N830 Triple Core Processor, 21 Mhz, 3 cores, 3 logic
November 13th, 2012 11:51pm

i cant use the internet after 10 minutes everytime it shuts down.
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November 14th, 2012 12:51am

Hi, If your computer is overheating try to clean out any dust with compressed (canned) air. It's very possible that there is dust clogging your fans and if your fans are clogged there will be no place for the heat that your computer generates to go. If not, try to install a program like HWmonitor (Hardware monitor) to look at your CPU/GPU/etc temperatures. The majority of computers are configured to automatically shutdown/freeze/reboot if the CPU reaches a critical temperature - like 90 or 100 degrees Celsius, for example. It does this to protect the CPU/Computer from being damaged. Note: The third-party product discussed here is manufactured by a company that is independent of Microsoft. We make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding this product's performance or reliability.Spencer TechNet Community Support
November 14th, 2012 11:05pm

Hi Could you please elaborate it a little bit more. Does it shutdown with blue screen or it shutsdown when you run any specific application or game or something or it just shutsdown even if you use normally . well here are some tips for you to get rid of Automatic Restart Problem. Did you make changes to computer recently such as software or hardware installation or up- date the windows. 1:Right click computer>property>Advance system settings>Advance>Startup and Recovery>settings>clear the box>Autom- tically restart. 2:Run>eventvwr>windows logs>system check the error and find it on google 3:start>control panel> reliabilty and moniter you will get an Idia of the reason of Automatically shutdown issue 4:you can download the who crashed software and run it . It will give you the reason of Automatically shutdown issue.
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November 15th, 2012 3:34am

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