Ok, so recently I made a post about my macbook's fan struggling to start even at high temperatures. I was told that the best course of action was to buy a new fan and when I have the money available then I shall, of course, be doing that. However, whilst editing some HD video recently (among other tasks) I noticed that my macbook's fan began to spin at 6200 rpm for the first time in months, and was able to sustain this. I thought "great, it's working again" but after shutting down and restarting my laptop the next day I discovered that It had once again shut down. I did a little research on the matter and discovered a possible cause of this was a CPU demanding "Runaway Process", or one that is persistant after the program using it has been shut down. My question is, as a short term solution until I can buy another fan, could it be possible to force a runaway process? And if so, what processes are likely to cause this? I did hear someone suggest running a photoshop script for example, but I barely know anything about those and my attempts to understand them have been in vain. Like I said it would only be a short term solution but I really would like to get my mac back up to scratch as soon as possible.