Critical Temperature Problem
garyjarrel at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 23:42:06 UTC 2006
I don't think it's the fan, as I can hear it spinning, also I've just
booted into Ubuntu Live and the machine has been sitting there fine
without trying to shutdown
Any more ideas on what could cause it?
On 1/27/06, Dave <dave at lakesidecanvas.com> wrote:
> Gary Jarrel wrote:
> > Hi All!
> > I went to switch my laptop on this morning, and it starts booting
> > then gets to a point saying Critical Temperature Reached (3428 C) and
> > shuts down. Tried using both 2.6.12-10 and 2.6.12-9 kernels in normal
> > and recovery mode and the problem persists.
> > Any ideas on what could be causing it? I think that over 3000 degrees
> > the CPU and probably my who office would melt down!
> > Thank you!
> > Gary
> Hey Gary, maybe the cpu cooling fan is full of dust.
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