|I am pretty sure it is related to overheating for several reasons:|
1. When I played during the winter with a window directly opened behind it blowing freezing air at it ... it never crashed...otherwise it crashes regularly when I play/watch certain types of media
2. I can hear the fan go to max before it crashes
3. I have used temp watching software...can't remember name... temps go to 70+ C (ACP) dual cores go to 64+C ...they are somewat high-ish otherwise to in idle around high 40's.
At one point I thought it might be the audio card, but cant really support that. It seems that it is not graphics only since Heroes 3 doesn't have too much of graphics ...though crashes there are infrequent ...but fan does go to max often...I guess it is processor related problem ...of maybe heatsink faulty engineering or something...
I have also considered removing the panel covering the heatsink,memory and video card (1/3 of bottom panel) and just keeping the laptop like that ...but most probably that will not be a sustainable solution.