Resolve shut down issues in Toshiba® Tecra A11
When a laptop or computer shuts down randomly, this could be a sign of a problem. You might face shut down issues while surfing web, watching videos or playing games. Random shut down of system might also result in some hardware issues or loss of important documents and files. In order to avoid this problem, it is recommended that you should immediately resolve this problem.
- Tips and Reminders
When your Toshiba® Tecra® A11 shuts down automatically without any warning this could be a sign of overheating. When the temperature in your laptop gets too high the fail safe software in Toshiba® Tecra® A11 shuts it down. Overheating is a result of CPU and video chips that are packed with more transistors that in turn generate heat. Since both CPU and graphic systems are generating more heat, laptops can overheat if ventilation and cooling is interfered. If you have been using your laptop for a long time and you encounter this shut down problem for the first time, then, there might be a problem with the battery of Toshiba® Tecra® A11.
There are some ways by which you can easily resolve this shut down problem. When your laptop shuts down automatically without any warning and you experience an overheating problem, then, you just need to make sure that nothing is blocking the ventilation of your laptop. In order to solve this problem, you should clean up the laptop’s fans or heat sinks and remove the clogged dust. You can also put in a cooling pad underneath the laptop. If the laptop shut down occurs because of a battery, then, you need to replace the old battery with a new one.
In order to make sure that Toshiba® Tecra® A11 works properly without random shut down, you need to ensure proper care of the laptop. It is recommended that you make sure that the ventilation port of your laptop is not blocked. You also need to clean the heat sink and fans on a regular basis, as well as install programs that monitor the temperature of your laptop. Moreover, you should place the laptop in a position that allows better ventilation such as hard surfaces. In addition, if you are not using the laptop, you can turn it off or put it into hibernation.