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PC want shutdown

My cpu fan want shutdown I has pull the power cable to turn off

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  • Brian Perry
    Brian Perry May 11, 2010

    When you think you turn off your computer, it may not really be off. It may just be in suspend mode. If it is supposed to be off when it really isn't then you may have a problem with Advanced Power management.

  • Bill Speer
    Bill Speer May 11, 2010

    Why do you want your CPU fan to shut down? It should be running continuously as long as the unit is powered up. Are you referring to you turn off the PC and the CPU fan is still spinning?

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