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현재 버전 게시자: oldturkey03 ,

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-, depending on if it restarts or not, which you did not tell us. Heat and low RAM would most certainly not cause a forced shutdown. Those would most likely either just shut down, or freeze your, computer up. Check for Malware and Virus and see if that looks ok. Check your BIOS and your operating system to make sure that you do not have it prompted to shut down. If all those are clear, then look in the Event Logs and see if it shows anything. To get to the event viewer click on START and type in EVENTVWR.EXE and then press the Enter key on the keyboard and it should open the Event Viewer. Always remember that the more information your question has, the higher the likelihood in getting a valid answer.Hope this helps, good luck
+Nathan Jansen, depending on if it restarts or not, which you did not tell us. Heat and low RAM would most certainly not cause a forced shutdown. Those would most likely either just shut down, or freeze your, computer up. Check for Malware and Virus and see if that looks ok. Check your BIOS and your operating system to make sure that you do not have it prompted to shut down. If all those are clear, then look in the Event Logs and see if it shows anything. To get to the event viewer click on START and type in EVENTVWR.EXE and then press the Enter key on the keyboard and it should open the Event Viewer. Always remember that the more information your question has, the higher the likelihood in getting a valid answer.Hope this helps, good luck

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원문 게시자: oldturkey03 ,

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, depending on if it restarts or not, which you did not tell us. Heat and low RAM would most certainly not cause a forced shutdown. Those would most likely either just shut down, or freeze your, computer up. Check for Malware and Virus and see if that looks ok. Check your BIOS and your operating system to make sure that you do not have it prompted to shut down. If all those are clear, then look in the Event Logs and see if it shows anything. To get to the event viewer click on START and type in EVENTVWR.EXE and then press the Enter key on the keyboard and it should open the Event Viewer.  Always remember that the more information your question has, the higher the likelihood in getting a valid answer.Hope this helps, good luck

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