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Speedfan, for example, unless something has changed in the last few years, was well known as often being 10-15C off in its reported temps because it was using a flawed method of calculating the temp. He said the motherboard would get too hot and it did the same thing. No dust, it doesn't feel hot, the temp recorded aren't high, etc. I didn't bring it with me to her place because her apartment is typically kind of cold in the winter.

But if the GPU is overheating, that could cause similar symptoms as well. It's blowing out air as strongly as it was when I first purchased the computer. He had a technician fix it (he didn't say how this was done). But, at the same time after reading the posts here I started thinking about something. But, this week without the stand it's been going crazy shutting down over and over. I am absolutely not kidding when I say these things are like the mythical phoenix, consumed by the very fires that gave birth to them or high performance cars where just driving them is akin to abuse.

If you are replacing the hard drive, you’ll have to transfer the caddy and connector to the new drive.

Before you remove the wireless card, you’ll have to disconnect both antenna cables pointed with green arrows.

All these components, except the keyboard, can be accessed through on the bottom of the computer. Remove screws from the 1st hard drive and memory covers. Under the memory cover you will find the wireless card and RTC battery.

In order to remove the hard drive, lift up the right side of the drive assembly (move 1) and then pull it to the right (move2).

I have gone through nearly everything and I'm still stumped.

During this reboot process it may or may not crash. Then boot to Safe Mode and do a full system scan with both your antivirus and Malware Bytes.` Good luck.Simply unsnap both antenna cables from the wireless card with your fingers.After that remove two screws securing the wireless card and pull it from the slot by the edges.It just closes whatever applications are running and say windows is shutting down.Sometimes it happens on startup before windows even loads.