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    Soundwave
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    Overheating / Shutting down

    Hello everyone,

    On my AiO P1801 Windows keeps shutting down after some time in use (about 15 minutes), with the mention "Your computer has encountered a problem".

    I suspect it might be an overheating issue because the docking station is very hot after only 15 minutes. But again it might also be anything else.

    Has anyone encountered the same kind of issue ?

    Thanks for help or advice on this.

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    Jazz
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    Check the cooling fan inside. It could be the air vents on it are clogged up with dust or the fan and/or controller has stopped running. I had a small nanoPC that would stop and restart periodically. I thought is was the fan at first and bought a replacement then found the 5V fan control pin was dead. I simply repowered that fan off an internal USB port 5V pin and it now works normally, fan runs all the time, I added an in-line resistor to slow it down enough to keep things cool w/o making too much noise.

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    Soundwave
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4Crawler View Post
    Check the cooling fan inside. It could be the air vents on it are clogged up with dust or the fan and/or controller has stopped running. I had a small nanoPC that would stop and restart periodically. I thought is was the fan at first and bought a replacement then found the 5V fan control pin was dead. I simply repowered that fan off an internal USB port 5V pin and it now works normally, fan runs all the time, I added an in-line resistor to slow it down enough to keep things cool w/o making too much noise.
    Thanks for your reply Roger. It seems to work so far with the back panel open. Clearly that was the reason.

 

 

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