I really don't think this is a Temperature issue.
Here is a detailed description of what happened.
1000 I started the laptop and start working on Visual Studio and OpenCV Library. (So, nothing heavy for this baby ;-) )
I use Mobmeter to measure the temperature, it was like 54 C or something like that, and the room temperature was 75 F.
1030 I realize that the battery was like 85% charged, even when the computer was off and plugged on night long, and plugged all the time I had been working on it.
1050 (approximately) The computer shut down by it self, the LED's went out even when it was plugged.
The LED in the S/P was on, but the S/P was “cool”, I think this is very odd, because that thing gets pretty hot, and it should be at least warm after 1 hr of work.
I detach the battery, and waited for it to cold down, after 20 min or something I insert the battery again, the middle LED start blinking (what means “critical battery level”).
I plugged the S/P and the computer to it, the LED’s doesn’t get ON. Except for the one on the P/S.
I think it could be one of two things:
1.- The P/S is dead, which is not that odd, I know two people with brand new P/S which died (one Dell and one Toshiba)
2.- The battery is dead, and the computer is built in such a way it needs the battery to operates.
I detach the battery and plug the computer, but the LED’s doesn’t light either. That’s why I think that the above causes are plausible.
I went to my classes and came back after 8 hrs, I tried again to turn on the computer, and nothings happens. So I don’t think is a heat issue.
I will try to measure the voltage output from the P/S if I get nothing that will prove one of my theories.
I just hope this is not a MoBo issue
I mailed PCTorque in the morning (0900 (Pac time), and by this time I haven’t receive response 1900
THX for your interest, I will keep you informed.