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I have a laptop and I got a message my computer was shutting down to protect itself.It shut down and won't come back on,just a black screen,power button comes on?

Have tried f8 to get it to come up in safe mode,no good.Have also held in on power button but nothing.

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If the laptop shutdown maybe it cause overheating.
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