Question about Computers & Internet
I turn it on and within minutes it makes an annoying sound, if I tilt it goes away.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Computer making strange noise
This is not a problem most people experience this. Its just your fan making noise monstly because it is touching some wire inside. You don't need to worry about this.
Posted on Nov 07, 2007
Probably just needs replaced. Sometimes one can clean it and it will last a little longer. It's an easy job to replace it. Just download the manual for your model from the maufacturer's website to see how to gain access to the inside of the computer. Replacement fans are available at places like CompUSA or similar stores, or you can order one on the internet. Just take the existing fan out of the case and take it to the store with you to be sure you get the right one. Take care about static electricity, as it can zap your components, especially the motherboard and the memory sticks. Touch the computer case before touching any parts inside the computer.
If you don't feel comfortable changing the fan out, a computer repair place can probably do it for not much.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
SOURCE: tower making loud fan noises
yes that is because the fan inside of your computer has a bit of dust on it there is not much you can do appart from blowing into the fan then that might help but not much else you can do about that sorry.
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Posted on Apr 21, 2009
You need to replace the CPU fan as it has failed, I recommend that you refrain from using the computer until you have replaced the fan, this is because it has no way of cooling down and you will be running the risk of blowing the processor and/or the motherboard up.
The CPU fan is located inside the case and is attached to the motherboard on top of the processor.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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