Well I've just spent the past hour or so trying to chill out and relaxing by trying to play some Call of Duty 2 on my laptop computer. "Trying" is my key word here, because for whatever reason or reasons the darn thing in game, is turning itself off without warning! I get about 2-3 maps into the game, which is approx. something like 30-40 minutes in and the thing shuts itself off. I know for a fact this isn't an issue that my laptop's hardware is bellow the requirements for the game. Toshiba x-205 dual SLi 2 Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT's 256MB's each Intel Core Duo T2800 @ 2.8 G's 6GB's of system RAM Realtek High Definition Audio Sound Card Windows Vista Ultimate (64-bit) I'm well over in almost every area the games requirements, but even with that the game or the computer shuts itself off. I'm thinking this could be heat related! I've got the thing resting atop a nice dual fan laptop cooling tray, I did notice possibly one of it's exhaust vents might have been blocked a little by a printer I had stationed pretty close to it. I moved the laptop away from that printer, about another 2-3 inches or so and try'd the game again, same thing, about 30 minutes into it the thing shut itself off. Upon firing it up again, I ran the stock Toshiba diagnostic tool, no problems detected. I then checked the hard drive, no problems found. I then ran CCleaner and checked the registry, no errors found. Lastly, I went into the Administration control panel to view the event log and see if Widows was reporting anything in there, is wasn't, no sudden crashing type errors were reported. This baffles me, no errors anywhere and it keeps turning itself off whenever playing Call of Duty 2! Maybe it's my setup? I do have my laptop via HDMI hooked up to my Samsung 44 inch LCD television, with the television set to "game mode", maybe there's something screw'y with the setup? The computer behaves when in normal operations, web browsing, You Tube watching, VLC media playback, Windows Media Player playback, it all checks out fine. Anyone got any recommendations or thoughts?