I would like to know about the message from coming on my laptop that "windows is Tags: Laptops Windows 7 Last response: November 22, 2012 5:54 AM in Windows 7 Share chandakneal November 22, 2012 3:53:45 AM Hello, I would like to know about the message from coming on my laptop that "windows is shutting down to prevent from damage to threads" More about : message coming laptop windows Rockdpm a b D Laptop November 22, 2012 4:16:34 AM Is it also a blue screen when you see this message? and threads has to do with the CPu on the laptop. So more than likely the CPU is bad now.. you can either RMA or to my judgement the laptop could just be replaced with a new cooky24 November 22, 2012 5:54:18 AM Just wait a monment, the is a program to protect your laptop, it is ok Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumI'd like to buy a laptop , but I know nothing about them. ForumCan I use Ubunto for OS just like W7 on current laptop ? ForumProblem about my laptop cant install windows XP ForumDoesn't anyone Know anything about roaming? ForumAnyone know when Dell is coming out with new laptop models? ForumI do not know about threads ForumDon't know much about graphics card...help me ForumDon't like Windows 7 would like to reinstall XP ForumThe best SSD for my laptop (Don't know it's SATA version)? ForumSo confused on what to do about next laptop /desktop need oppinions ForumError message : Windows cannot be installed to this disk... ForumNew DOS shell for Windows coming ForumMonitor wont come out of sleep like mode ForumMy laptop is windows 7 how do i know what my galexy tablet is ForumRandom Reboot... Anyone know anything about this? ForumWierd noises coming from laptop and high temps Forum'Reverse Hyperthreading' coming in k10 what about k8l Forum[Solved] Product key for windows 7 professional 32 bit free ForumWindows will not boot up, just freezes completely ForumConnecting to internet in windows 7 More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !