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    Lightbulb Laptop problem

    My brother has a Sony VGN CS190 laptop.It was bought from abroad & used for some months.It had Win Vista installed.But the OS was too slow.So my brother told me to re install windows.I partitioned the HDD & installed in Win 7 32 bit there.But from then the problem arise.

    Laptop just shuts down automatically after using sometime (whether it is used with electric connection or without electric connection).I thought it may be windows problem.So I again tried to install windows.But the problem again showed .It just shuts down after using sometime.So I cant even give windows setup.

    So what is the problem in here Guys please help me.
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    Default Re: Laptop problem

    My sister has the same laptop, which ran smooth for some time... but few weeks ago it started getting off without any warnings just like your brother's one. She also tried to reinstall windows and stuff. nothing worked. If you fiddle with motherboards and usually a bit old laptops you would know that a computer usually shuts down abruptly when the CPU is not getting enough ventilation or for some reason its overheating. The motherboards in these conditions shut down as an emergency feature to not let the hardware to be damaged. Since my sisters laptop is now running alright after it was opened and the heat sink cleaned thoroughly.... you can try this out if you have opened laptops before.

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    Default Re: Laptop problem

    Quote Originally Posted by HolySlayer View Post
    My sister has the same laptop, which ran smooth for some time... but few weeks ago it started getting off without any warnings just like your brother's one. She also tried to reinstall windows and stuff. nothing worked. If you fiddle with motherboards and usually a bit old laptops you would know that a computer usually shuts down abruptly when the CPU is not getting enough ventilation or for some reason its overheating. The motherboards in these conditions shut down as an emergency feature to not let the hardware to be damaged. Since my sisters laptop is now running alright after it was opened and the heat sink cleaned thoroughly.... you can try this out if you have opened laptops before.
    Thank you so much for your quick suggestion .I will do that & lets see what's happen.

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    Default Re: Laptop problem

    after observing the lapy, i told u too it's most likely for overheating ... but to tell the truth, i was kinda confused when u told me about the bsod which occurs while u try to install xp as in 90% cases, bsod causes from only faulty ram issue ...
    anyway, looks like bsod can be caused by overheating too ...
    Constant Blue screen errors while attempting to install Windows XP are generally caused by hardware or media problems. The most common hardware-related installation issue is faulty memory chips, which can cause havoc to any XP installation. Overheating or a dying or defective hard disk are other common causes.
    here is the source: http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.c...id=1647&page=9

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