System Halts....And goes to a black screen.

June 26, 2013 at 04:51:24
Specs: Windows 7, AMD Turion II Ultra Dual-Core Mobile M620 2.50 GHz 4.0 GB ram
for some odd reason the laptops screen goes blank and my system halts when it gets to hot.... At first I stated with charger in. Now it happens with or with out. Depending on the temperature of my Pc.
My system specs are.
type of laptop: HP pavilion dv7-3165dx entertainment notebook
GPU ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4200
CPU AMD Turion II Ultra Dual-Core Mobile M620 2.50 GHz
4.0 GB RAM
64-bit OS
Win 7.

Now I posted this before. But I'v ran a new test on my PC to figure out the issue as its gotten worse. I'm thinking its got to be some thing with a Setting that trys to stop my Pc when its running to hot.

I came to this conclusion when doing a test. The test was... I turned on my Pc and held it up to my AC unite, with the charger plugged in and my pc set to max performance. I had a program up that tells what Temp my PC is running at and Blade and Soul open. So long as my PC stayed below 40*C it didn't halt my system. As I pulled it away and let it heat up. It halted my system. The Last temp I saw before it when to a Black screen was 40*C (100*F).. I re ran the test the same way. This time with the battery. the end Temp was about 60* to maybe 65*C (140*F). So My questions more so. Is there a setting that could be making this happen? Or is this a sign that my PCs slowly turning in to crap?

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June 26, 2013 at 06:01:41
60-65C for a laptop CPU (under load) is not too hot or overheating. The max temp for your CPU is 100C.

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June 27, 2013 at 00:36:36
OK, so it halts at 40 on one test but you run the test again 'with the battery' and it shuts down at 60. What do you mean, 'with the battery? Do you mean 'battery charger'?

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June 27, 2013 at 08:55:13
With the battery meaning Only the battery. As I state in the first test it was with the charger plugged in. the second test It was just the battery.

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