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CPU Fan fail

To fix the problem i need to know how to flash a bios

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Download the latest .exe bios file to flash within windows make sure its the same bios product for your machine, go to your computer support site for the bios update............... and be carefull 1 mess up and you have a dead PC

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What Could be happening inside when you hear the cpu fan running at a high speed always ?

Ever thought about it ? Ok let me give you a clue on this. To understand this issue you need to understand how the hardware works on various situations.


Check the Heat settings in bios and look for the variance.

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