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Do what Dan says first. The no dust at all comment bothers me. These things are vacuum cleaners and suck dirt in. The shut down may be caused by automatic shut down from high temperatures caused by a failed fan or temperature sensor not kicking the fans on. There are generally three fans, a CPU an behind the logic board, an optical bay fan on the right and a general fan on the lower left side. See if you can determine if all are kicking on.
 
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A -128 shutdown code indicates a hardware-related shutdown of unknown cause.
 
error -128 userCanceledErr User canceled an operation http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/user/lenzo/html/mac_errors.html

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Do what Dan says first. The no dust at all comment bothers me. These things are vacuum cleaners and suck dirt in. The shut down may be caused by automatic shut down from high temperatures caused by a failed fan or temperature sensor not kicking the fans on. There are generally three fans, a CPU an behind the logic board, an optical bay fan on the right and a general fan on the lower left side. See if you can determine if all are kicking on.
 
A -128 shutdown code indicates a hardware-related shutdown of unknown cause.
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-128 userCanceledErr http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/user/lenzo/html/mac_errors.html User canceled an operation http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/user/lenzo/html/mac_errors.html
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-128 userCanceledErr http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/user/lenzo/html/mac_errors.html User canceled an operation http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/user/lenzo/html/mac_errors.html

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Do what Dan says first. The no dust at all comment bothers me. These things are vacuum cleaners and suck dirt in. The shut down may be caused by automatic shut down from high temperatures caused by a failed fan or temperature sensor not kicking the fans on. There are generally three fans, a CPU an behind the logic board, an optical bay fan on the right and a general fan on the lower left side. See if you can determine if all are kicking on.
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-128 shutdown code indicates a hardware-related shutdown of unknown cause.
error -128 userCanceledErr http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/user/lenzo/html/mac_errors.html
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-128 shutdown code indicates a hardware-related shutdown of unknown cause.
error -128 userCanceledErr http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/user/lenzo/html/mac_errors.html

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Do what Dan says first. The no dust at all comment bothers me. These things are vacuum cleaners and suck dirt in. The shut down may be caused by automatic shut down from high temperatures caused by a failed fan or temperature sensor not kicking the fans on. There are generally three fans, a CPU an behind the logic board, an optical bay fan on the right and a general fan on the lower left side. See if you can determine if all are kicking on.
A -128 shutdown code indicates a hardware-related shutdown of unknown cause.

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Do what Dan says first. The no dust at all comment bothers me. These things are vacuum cleaners and suck dirt in. The shut down may be caused by automatic shut down from high temperatures caused by a failed fan or temperature sensor not kicking the fans on. There are generally three fans, a CPU an behind the logic board, an optical bay fan on the right and a general fan on the lower left side. See if you can determine if all are kicking on.
Do what Dan says first. The no dust at all comment bothers me. These things are vacuum cleaners and suck dirt in. The shut down may be caused by automatic shut down from high temperatures caused by a failed fan or temperature sensor not kicking the fans on. There are generally three fans, a CPU an behind the logic board, an optical bay fan on the right and a general fan on the lower left side. See if you can determine if all are kicking on.

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Do what Dan says first.  The no dust at all comment bothers me.  These things are vacuum cleaners and suck dirt in.  The shut down may be caused by automatic shut down from high temperatures caused by a failed fan or temperature sensor not kicking the fans on.

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