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    Computer turning off

    My computer frequently turns itself off. While I am finding the reason, I wanted to see if there is any auto save feature on mmf2. Any help?

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    Re: Computer turning off

    Not an autosave, but an auto-backup in the Preferences, if that's of any help.

    As a wild guess I would say that your computer is overheating (do the fans on the CPU and power supply work?), though without knowing the exact situation it could easily be a software problem as well.

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    Re: Computer turning off

    DavidN ->I think that smells like a Virus...[frown]

    ->Good call on the Overheating issue. If a Fan or two goes bad "Powersupply" or "CPU" yup you'd get a shutdown fail safe.

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    Re: Computer turning off

    If that is the problem, you might be able to increase the temperature at which it shuts down from your computers BIOS menu - it might be set too low for your climate.

    Although it might be better to ensure fans are not covered, there's not too much dust in the back, etc...

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    Re: Computer turning off

    I wouldn't suggest raising the fail safe temperature... better to shut off than to buy a new processor and possibly other components.

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    Re: Computer turning off

    Clean your computer of all dust! Thick layers of dust build up on things like fans and encourage overheating.

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    Re: Computer turning off

    Could be your power supply is going out.

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