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You are very bed solution give pc hang and very slow u r process falow me but not proper saticfaction .ok

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Machine will not start when required, circle timer keeps spinning. Will start after hard close.

if your HDD is a refurbished drive then it may still have faulty sectors. try a new hard drive and if still doesn't work try changing the ram you are using it may still appear as if its working but is causing processes to hang

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How do I control fan speed?

Keeping the fans clean is especially important, because the fans blow out hot air and bring in fresh air to cool down the laptop.

Fans attract dust, however, which can slow them down, resulting in a hot laptop.

If the laptop overheats, vital parts can cease functioning altogether.

Consequently, keeping your laptop's fans clean is crucial.

The fan speed on a laptop can determine how it operates consistently and reliably.

You can slow it down or speed it up, based on the circumstances.

For instance, slowing down the fan speed may be useful in reserving processes or during a prolonged slow time.

Speeding it up is beneficial in keeping the laptop cool during ongoing use or high-traffic times. For the long term, find a happy medium for regular use, so you won't "psyche" out your computer by constantly adjusting the settings.

Click on the Start menu and select "Control Panel." Next, choose "Performance and Maintenance."

Select "Power Saver."

To slow the fan speed, locate the slider next to "CPU Processing Speed" and slide it down by moving across to the left.

To speed up the fan, move the slider to the right.

Press "Apply" and then "OK," if prompted.

Hope this helps

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Hi, I have an Acer Desjtop Aspire X1800 running Windows 7 64 bit. It has 4GB RAM, and 2.50Ghz processor, with Intel core2 quad Q8300. HD is 916GB. You would think this kind of setup wouldn't be prone...

Do a Crtl-Alt-Del and Select Task Manager. Look at the Processes and notice
which one is using up all your CPU time. A Virus or Malware/Spyware etc...
may take control of your PC and slow it down to a crawl. If everything looks
OK, then suspect your hardwares: DVD or Hard Drive(s). If one of the device
(mostly the Hard Drive) has an interface problem, as the CPU tries to access
it but has difficulties doing so, it will keep trying to access it again and again,
thus chewing up all the CPU time.
If you can't figure what it is, I suggest using one small hard drive only and do
a clean complete Format and Windows Installation.

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I have Dell GX280 system. My Fan produces more sounds and runs fast. System Hangs while processing and performs slow, causes processor nore hot. I pasted the Heat Sink Paste on processor that resuls in low...

More than likely your fan needs to be replaced. These small form factor Dells are know for problems like this. Warning! Do NOT attempt to blow out the CPU fan with canned air, as this will likely lodge dust particles in the axis of the fan causing it to drag and become louder!

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I have a desktop which i have got assembled. But after starting the system it get hanged after few minutes. it is happening frequently i need solution for the same

if you know assembling a system, try to take all the parts out and fix again or try to contact the assembler who has fixed that for you.

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Hi there

Thanks for posting your problem on fixya

IT seems that problem your cdrom drivers please go to device manager >> right click on my computer then click on hardware then click on device manager double click to cdrom and uninstall cdrom drivers then reboot and reinstall cdrom drivers. Your cdrom working fine

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My laptop keeps freezing and it gets slow sometimes and i cant even play my music or look at my movies

thats because of overheating your laptop can become slow.....due to this only you cant play music or movies....due to overheating your computer may be overloaded and due to this your laptop will be hanged.....the solution is.... you should increase the speed of the ram or you should increase the processor speed of your laptop.....these ways you can solve the problem on your laptop.....for that you have to buy a new ram or processor....and fit it.....if you dunno how to fit.....where you buy itself ok.....there shop guys will fit it for you.....dont worry..... this will give 100% solution....because i am a software engineer and i used to it....try this.....

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Pc hangs up frequently

three things can contributeto the problem. (1) re-load the operating system (os) . 2. change and upgrade your ram. 3.change your prossessor.

Jun 05, 2008 | PC Desktops

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I have a Acer Aspire 5720 Notebook running Windows Vista, when I start it fires up then screen jumps from welcome to a blank screen and just hangs. I can CRT ALT DEL this will take me to the task manager...

This is caused (thats all I know at the moment- the CAUSE) by a process in your VISTA that stuffs up and just hangs there.

Now to solve this one is quite tricky. I can remember we had to do a backup reload on a similair machine just because there wasn't a fix. So I'll just TRY to give you a solution that might fix this...

First, you could try an automated Windows Vista Repair:
if you boot from your windows Vista DVD, it should give you an option to :Scan for faults and automatically repair them. If That doesn't solve the issue try to access the "recovery console" on the Vista Boot up CD, and try a "chkdsk /r" then a "Fixboot" and finally a "Fixmbr" without the quote.

Ok, you can go into safemode, and you can, in normal mode, acces the device manager right ? So first off you check in the device manager which process uses the most CPU usage or the Most memory usage. It should only be a few processes listed because Vista hasn'nt started up properly. If you know the process, then we can take steps to "combat" it.

Now we know what process is using abnormal system recources. So you go into Safe mode, Start, type "cmd" without the quotes then msconfig. Now you'll have to go to Startup and uncheck the item that was using up the resources.
Apply, confirm and Save changes; then restart.

If there are more questions, please do not hesitate to contact me immediately.

Kind Regards,

Apr 17, 2008 | PC Desktops

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