Resolving shutdown problem in Toshiba® Satellite E205
What are the causes for shutdown issues in Toshiba Satellite E205
Toshiba Satellite E205 is one of Toshiba’s latest laptops, equipped with advanced features such as dual core processor, SATA USB combo port, and hard drive impact sensor. It also has a slot-load CD/DVD drive, multi-touch touchpad and an LED backlit display. It employs the latest Microsoft Windows 7 for its smooth functioning. The Lithium ion six cell batteries ensures up to six hours of uninterrupted power supply. Its memory includes the 4GB DDR3 and the 500GB hard disk drive. It also contains the memory card reader, microphone and audio speakers. Due to a variety of reasons, these laptops might shutdown unexpectedly, while working. This could be due to overusage, extreme conditions, malware attack and so on.
The following are the common causes for Toshiba Satellite E205 shutdown issues:
- Overheating of the processor
- Malware attack
- Registry corruption
Overheating of the processor
Sudden and unexpected shutdown of a system that had been running fine for a long time could be due to the overheating of the CPU. Overheating might occur due to a volley of reasons. Running some application, such as a video file for long time could be one of them. Some fault with the blower might also lead to heat accumulation. In such circumstances, the built in circuit breaker suddenly shuts down the computer in order to protect it from permanent damage. This problem can be averted if you could maintain the blower in permanent condition. You should also ensure that there is no dust accumulated on it, which might affect its working.
Malware refers to the spyware or adware in the system. Excessive presence of malware is yet another cause for sudden shutdown. They might constantly attack your system thus making it to shutdown. Virus attacks cause corruption of your valuable files, preventing its smooth functioning. This could ultimately result in shutdown. This issue can easily be resolved, if you can install a strong antivirus in your laptop. You can scan your system with it and remove all malware. You should also be careful to update the antivirus regularly, so that the newly formed malware can also be removed.
Any corruption in registry can also lead to unexpected shutdown. This could be caused due to virus attacks or due to use of non-compatible versions. This could be easily resolved by following the recovery console. For this, you can create a temporary folder and take a backup of existing registry files. Then you can delete the existing ones. Finally, you can copy the registry files from the repair folder to the system 32 folder.