My system shuts down automatically

hardy - Dec 2, 2009 at 12:34 AM
 hardy - Dec 3, 2009 at 06:41 AM

My system shuts down automatically and when tried to on it again it says SYSTEM HAS SHUT DOWN DUE TO THERMAL OVER HEAT.. this happens frequently. i am not able to understand where the problem is may be the processor or the RAM.. my system just can take two applications also at a time.. it gets off abruptly.

its intel dual core processor (Pentium D)

and 1 gb ram

Please suggest me any help guys..

Thanks and regards

1 response

opn_18 Posts 3 Registration date Tuesday December 1, 2009 Status Member Last seen December 2, 2009
Dec 2, 2009 at 02:33 AM
Hello Dear Thermal Heating proccessor is problem of processor over heat. Cheak your processor fan & its heat sink block by dust. or som time in some motherboards like ASUS CMOS setup your proceeesor temprature not configure.

First clean your pro heat sink and check its fan cable are properly plug in on the motherboard fan connctor
hi opn_1... thanks so much for the suggestion as u said i cleaned up ma processor.. and removed all the obstacles coming in btwn the proc... thanks a lot my system is working fine now :)))