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How to assembly the processor fan

By mistake I dissambled the entire fan of the processor of my e machines PC pls help me assembly again

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  • cosim Dec 21, 2008

    well thank´s for your help, I reassembled very easy man, but I have another problem, windows doesnt start, when it´s about to boot windows dont recognize it and the pc reset again and again.

  • cosim Dec 23, 2008

    Thank you again I have solved my problem

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Pretty easy to reassemble. Maybe you question is which way the fan should go? Blow onto the CPU. Otherwise mabe help us out by giving us a model number? Thanks

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

  • Thomas F. Schneider Dec 22, 2008



    try setting the setup screen BIOS to the default values and saving.

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My hp compaq nc400 notebook keeps cutting of after about ten minutes when i put it on every time wat iz the problem


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A faulty fan causes the problem or the fan and heat sink assembly are clogged with dust.
Check the CPU fan to see if it spins freely, if not replace the fan.
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Clean out the fan assembly and replace the old heatsink compound on the processor heat sink.
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No, not necessarily the entire unit. Once you remove the chassis cover, the harddrive, optical drive & its fan, then you will see that the processor is covered with the heat sink or another term for it is thermal unit. You will not remove the entire motherboard of this laptop since the thermal unit is placed above the processor wherein the processor is placed at the center part of the motherboard. Another option is you can go to acer.com for manuals or you can call the acer tech support for more tech assistance

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That is mainly caused by your laptop CPU heat too hot. Just clean the CPU fan and dip some lubricant oil into the CPU fan. Then buy a laptop cooling stand.

Or you can take a look at http://www.laptops-battery.co.uk/blog/how-to-replace-the-dell-processor-thermal-cooling-assembly/

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ALSO check that the fans are running, including the one on the processor AND vents and heatsink fins are not clogged with dust.

Also consider if your pwer to the unit MIGHT be glitching or brownout due to heavy loads or bad receptacles or wiring. Make sure you are not running off a switched wall receptacle.

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I can't seem to find any posts online from other owners of the TM 2480 who have tried taking apart their laptop. Disassembling a laptop is a bit of an intuitive business and you have to take it slowly and carefully if you're not that familiar with taking apart laptops.

I did find a similar model that was taken apart to replace the keyboard, in this link you can see where the fan assembly lies, so at least this might help you get started.

http://tomkaminski.com/acer-travelmate-6592g-keyboard-replacement-guide


Again, wouldn't be surprised if doing any of this voids warranty and such. Take your time if this is your first laptop tear down. Remember, cold weather+fluffy sweaters=static!! so ground yourself b4 touching the internals.

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Hi again,

For some reason I lost you in the Live Session/Chat.

In any case, my other thoughts:
  • The Intel 865 motherboard will auto shut down if fan does not rotate or in your case no fan. Added to this would be the thermal protection under the CPU.
  • The data led continuously lighting up is because of the jumpers.
Other than the above, I firmly believe, the unit will run as expected soon as the HSF (heatsink and fan) are installed.

My compliments, with the 2gb ddr from Kingston memory, i think you have a fast machine there. Just add a decent 128 or 256 (or even a 512) video card and you are set with a gaming rig.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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