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Processor fan After statring up the fPC the fan is spinning up, but a little later de fan stops..(this is a new working fan)then the BIOS says the fan speed is to low.. what is the issue

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  • agbontam Oct 31, 2008

    Sorry replaced it already with a brand new one..and as said it spins up and after disk messages it stops.without starting up again

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Fan gone bad, replace it,

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