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Extremely noisy fan!

The main cooling fan on my packard bell desktop pc seems to be on most of the time and is very noisy, It comes on soon after start up and makes programmes run very slow.

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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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