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Noisy fan (2yrs old) seems to be causing slow cpu operation and apparently implicated in hdd failure.

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SOURCE: CPU fan failure

The bearings in the fan or internal mechanism may have burned out. If the fan does not generate a cool enough environment, you run the risk of frying the processor and other motherboard components that are temperture sensitive.


Replace, don't attempt to repair.

Keep me posted.

Posted on Oct 28, 2007

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SOURCE: extremely noisy fan!

First turn off your pc, pull out the main cooling fan and clean with with an oil or a wd-40.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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SOURCE: CPU fan issues

The fan may not stay on all the time - its a feature of laptops to help save power. The fan is also variable speed. As the CPU gets hotter, the fan speeds up. When the CPU isn't being used as much and is cooler, the fan slows or even stops. It turns on to full speed when you first turn the laptop on as part of the BIOS system check.

The noise is another issue. You could have a broken "fin" or fan blade. The bearing could be going out. Something may have simply "crawled" inside the fan's output vent. In any case it may be worth your time to have a professional open up the laptop and look at the fan. I have heard a LOT of noisy laptop fans in my day, and believe me it's not the worst thing to put up with.

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Fan Speed Too Slow

You need to pull the fan chain until it is set to the fast setting, then you use the remote to set the fan at the speed you desire.

Posted on May 28, 2009

SOURCE: motherboard won't boot up cpu fan comes on hdd

check PCI card any connected , check the ram and processor installed properly if removed.
after this there is problem try to change the ram to other ram slot and ram which is working. or check your system ram in other system. if it does not work let me know.

Posted on May 07, 2010

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