(reading from this sticker on my laptop) ACER- ASPIRE 5720-4663 -Intel Pentium dual-core processor (1.60 GHz, 533 MHz FSB, 1 MB L2 cache) -Up to 252 MB Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 -2GB DDR2 -15.4 " WXGA Acer Crystalbrite LCD (8ms/220-nit) - 160 GB HDD - DVD-Super Multi DL - 802.11 b/g WLAN Alright here is the scoop! I took my computer recently to a shop and had this guy there install Arch Linux. After hearing what the guy from the store had told me about it, and what I kept hearing about the mac operating system, I felt that the arch linux was the way to go. Shortly after getting my existing laptop home with this new arch linux operating system put on it, I notice it starts to overheat. It never did that before, well it got warm, but it got HOT! So like any computer that overheats it shuts off. That I get. So I bring my laptop back to the people there and they say my fan may be shot. I pick it up after work they say my fan is fine, they blew a lot of dust off it and that was basically that. So just to be sure I pick up a laptop stand that has fans on it to keep the laptop nice and cool. So anyway here I was using it this morning and it shuts off while streaming video from this site that has tv shows on it. I felt the computer all over and it wasn't very warm at all. Now here I am using the same computer, and I have been on it for almost an hour and nothing happens. From what I am noticing, this may be only when streaming video from certain sites. I was on youtube for 3 hours the night before listening to music. Did the overheating of the unit the last time possibly damage a few things? Is this just their operating system glitching up on me on certain webpages? What should I do?