I don't get it... my tx2500 does not seem to have any sort of actual CPU temperature gauge, but when it gets real hot it shuts down or goes into hibernation. I had seen this happen in extreme cases in vista, but it seems to happen a lot in Win7. I know It's a little dusty inside, and I gotta get a can of compressed air shot into the vents, but still, this is rediculous! I've got an external cooling fan working extra hard just to keep the thing from burning itself alive. I seriously doubt this thing is going to fry itself before getting hot enough to be too hot to touch, so is there any way I can disable the auto-hybernate? It's getting ridiculous. Note: It might not even be caused by heat... last night I was on battery power doing NOTHING intensive at all and it kept randomly turning off the monitor and being weird. Windows 7 has a few little glitches, but other than that, I like it a lot. Anyway, bottom line is, can anyone tell me how to disable the auto-hibernate that saves it from meltdown?