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Re: fan issue high speed
Using an air compressor, blast air into where the hot air comes out of the laptop. This may produce a cloud of dust coming out of the bottom of the laptop. If so, good - you likely had a heat issue caused by insufficient airflow. If still no good, go back to the other bios - usually a new bios offers little enhancement - newer is not always better. Hope this helps!
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You don't have to reduce the FAN speed, because the Fan power works in PWM (Pulse Width Modulation). I.E if the CPU processing is increasing due to high process load, the fan speed changes accordingly to maintain a CPU normal temperature.
It might be due to some virus,
Just update your antivirus software and scan your computer.
second, you can also uninstall the un necessary programs in your computer system that are rarely used by you.
you can remove the start up programs. When you have a lot of programs in the startup , your computer will take a long time to start.
and lastly, if you have low computer memory(configuration) and have installed heavy Operating system, that will result into long time for turning on
so.. go on, and try some Operating system which demand less computer memory.
Due to regular use of the notebook, some static charges tend to stay in the computer, and sometimes results in not allowing the computer to function properly.
Please follow the power drain procedure to confirm the same:
1. Disconnect the AC Adapter. 2. Remove the Battery. 3. Hold the Power button down for 30seconds to 1 minute. 4. Put the Battery in. 5. Reconnect the AC adapter. 6. Turn on the Notebook power. 7. Restart the Notebook.
If the Notebook boots up you may fix the battery back. Try restarting the computer only with the AC power, without the battery & vice-versa. If the issue still persists then I request you to reset the memory modules, as sometimes the memory module connection get loose.
cause of this problem is first in the dust, which could have
accumulated on the fan, which in the process of cooling the processor
and chipset, chipset graphics card and motherboard as a whole and could
be sensitive part of the temperature that controls the work of the fan
has been by the damage and does not work and resolve This
problem must be connected to the fan stream directly from the
motherboard does not exceed 3 volts in order to operate the fan
I am sorry to say but, I think your prombelm is that the cpu is the wrong size if you want it to run at that pro speed youneed to get a dual core instead a single core and update the bios then lala linda I hope this helps
I have been updating hundreds of DV units with a new updated BIOS that changes the algorithm for how the fan operates and turns them on high more frequently to augment additional cooling. I also belive that the program "Speedfan" will allow to manually set the fan speed.
some times this happens with hp laptops and can be resolved by updating the bios. Go to the HP website and check the drivers for you model and see if there is a newer version of bios. Also run the diagnostics on it and it will test to see if it is a fan problem or mother board problem.