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You must be in full performance and high power mode, try to change it from the power options in control panel .

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Restart it or get off of gamesites or things like, Minecraft, Call of Duty, Terraria, and others like those. If a game takes a little to load and after a while you can hear the fan getting louder you can do something else until the fan starts to slow down a bit.

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When starting up the PC the fan races & cannot be stopped without turning off the unit. The PC is about 5 years old.


Try moving the fan power cable to another fan power socket, there are a couple on that motherboard, another one might be close enough to use. If the fan still races then it is getting a thermal overheating signal from the processor. This might mean that there is not enough air moving across the processor, like a clogged heatsink, or the processor doesn't have a sufficient amount of thermal grease on it.

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My computer cuts on but fan is going very fast and my monitor will not cut on if i turn it off i have tried hooking monitor to another computer it works fine. i have a compaq presario sr1703wm


Need a little more info please. First do you mean the computer stops working and the power supply fan is loud or is it the processor fan. Because if its the cpu fan then the processor maybe over heating. Make sure that the processor heatsink is on correctly and if needed put some thermal grease to help disapate the heat of the processor to the heat sink. Two possible faults cpu has overheat or is faulty or sensor on the system board is sensing the wrong temp and is shutting the system down. Both tyhese faults need parts hard to tell the difference without spare cpu.

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Fan over works or slows down and stops completely, i am not pc friendly,still new to this,


Disconnect all cables from the PC and take it outside. Remove the side panel. Blow all the dust from the unit with compressed air. Pay special attention to the cooling fans and the heat sink on the processor. Do not touch any components inside the PC without first touching the outside of the case to discharge any static electricity. Check to make sure the fan on the processor is securely in place. This should solve the problem. You need to do this every 6 months.

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My CPU fan for my Dell Dimension 2350 has stopped turning!


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If your fan is not turning at all then it is probably dead, the bearings are likely clogged with dust and such. The PC is shutting off because of heat buildup on the processor chip. You need to do an Ebay search for your model and order a fan right away. Continued running of your sysem without a fan will kill the processor and motherboard. You should be able to get a replacement fan for your computer for less than $15 including shipping. Your local computer store may have one to fit your system but they may charge more for it. To change the fan is very easy, the left side of the case will come off your system, right under the power supply is the processor and heatsink and the fan. Disconnect the old fan and reconnect the new unit.

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Turns itself off & gets hot -don't think fan is kicking on


Since you do not hear the fan anymore I would start by opening up the case and seeing if power is going to the fan and make sure any connectors for it have not come loose. If the connectors are still hooked up chances are the fan is shot and needs to be replaced.

If you are not familiar with working around electronics and parts under power I would highly suggest you have some one who is familiar with this do it.

May 06, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My cooling fan on my mother board start making noise now as soon as you power up the pc it shuts down could it over heat that quickly or did it ruin mother board?


It is possible to burn out a processor in a matter of seconds without cooling. Please do not attempt to restart the unit, until you replace the colling fan on the processor. If it's not the processor fan/heatsink, you may have lucked out, but don't restart it till you replace the fans.The fan that sits on your cpu is the main concern, if it's one of the others the board should shut down automatically in order to stop this scenario from occuring.

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DEAR,

AS PER YOUR PROBLEM I THINK YOUR COMPUTER WORKING WITHOUT ELECTRIC EARTHING. PL FIRST COMPLETE EARTHING WITH ELECTRICIAN.

YOUR EARTHING IS NOT PROPERLY PL CHECK THAT:-- ELECTRIC SHOK ON PC BODY.

YOUR PROBLEM WITH POWER SUPPLY OR PROCESSOR,MOTHERBOARD.

PL FIRST CHECK POWER SUPPLY,SECOND CHECK YOUR PROCESSOR WITH ANOTHER PC MOTHERBOARD.





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As I see your system is a bit old so the fan may be broken. try to replace it with a new one. Those fans are very cheap today.
Do not use your computer without the processor fan.
I am sure your problem will be solved!

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