Question about Sony VAIO VGN-CR240E/B Notebook
Press ctrl alt del butons together. Go to Task Manager and check if any Process is running at 100% or close to that CPU speed. This usually happens if a program or service has failed and the CPU is trying to complete the job. The CPU heating problem should be cured once you have found the program using your full CPU power. Try to uninstall that program completely. If you need it then try reinstalling again after a reboot. Read more at www.fixpcfreeze.com
Posted on May 06, 2010
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