Question about HP Pavilion a800n (PP163AA) PC Desktop
I have an hp pavilion a800n and after an hour or two the computer will just freeze and not respond at all. I have to power off the computer and then turn it back on and it will work. I ran virus scans and no virus found. I bought a new process fan because the pc is four years old and other people suggested I buy one. Any idea how to remove the pc fan and replace it with the new one?
Assuming that you are having a Pentium 4 machine
rotate the 4 screws on the side of the CPU fan and pull each one out. then plug out the power supply wire of the fan. take your new fan and plug its wire into the same pins and fix it at the same place (fixing it on the motherboard and screwing it ).
Before powering the machine ON make sure that you have fixed the fan rightly else you may make your processor as well as Motherboard ueless.
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