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You need to clean the fan blades to stop it. Due to blades getting covered by dirt your fan cannot throw out the heat. thus it runs more fast and makes noise. also the heat sink gets covered by dirt unable to radiate heat . thus your laptop gets heated fast. clean those dirt and the problem will be solved. thanks.

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