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Tv states the cable card fan is not working


Well the issue is that one of the TV's fans isn't working. It doesn't matter if you have a cable card in the slot or not, the fan still doesn't work and the TV's self diagnostics is picking that up.

The answer isn't to deal with the message. It's to get the fan fixed. That's also an easier fix than trying to somehow hot-wire the TV's self diagnostics so it's blind to errors. It'll be a little mini fan maybe an inch to inch and a half square that costs less than $10. Go the simple route.... just replace the fan.

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Hi, for some reason, after Windows 7 has loaded the fan stops spinning on the Ageia PhysX card. The fan also makes a weird noise which it never used to do. Do u know what's wrong with it? It's...


In BIOS the fan always runs at full power, in Windows the speed is supposed to be automatically adjusted, depending on how heated the processor is. In your card it appears that the fan is dying, no longer capable of running at anything but the full speed. You will have to replace it - follow this
http://www.squidoo.com/video-card-fan-replacement

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Installed a Graphics Card on my Emachine. Made sure it is in the PCIX slot correctly and seated right. I also installed a Power adapter cable (20 PIN - 24 PIN ATX) to utilize the other 4 pins for use with...


Sounds like there isnt enough power even with the adapters your powersupply cannot give you enough sustained power to run the system if you take the card out does it boot normally? even just disconnecting the power to the card?

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Card started making loud clicking noise i have tried blowing dust out of it when i start my computer within a few minutes clicking starts again


Hi, couple main reasons to get loud clicking in a computer. First is the hard drive, so if you can turn the system off and disconnect the power and the information cable from the hard drive, yes your computer will not boot all the way back into windows but that is ok since you just want it running for awhile to see if the clicking stops. Next thing would definitely be the fans, any fan in the system, the blade part of the fans can get loose sometimes and start to hit the sides as it spins around, you need to be sure about which part it is that is causing it, it can come from the power supply fan, the case fan, the video card fan, the cpu fan, and you might have more than one case fan, test by disconnecting one at a time just make sure to disconnect the device too so you do not over heat anything. Once you identify which fan just replace it, if its something like power supply or video card, unfortunately you might want to look into either warrantying the part or buying a new one.

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Fan stopped working


I have the same problem... just started last week. if you found a sol'n, please post or email me. Thanks... I'll do the same

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No video on Dell C521


in this case Graphic card is faulty try no built-in/intergarted graphic card such as Nvidia or sis that u computer would support.

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Fan Stopped Working...?


Sounds like the fan has died (the bearings will go out, just like on a case fan). I assume you made sure the power is connected to it (usually a little cable, on Nvidia cards), so... you are left with a few options:

1) Do nothing. Make sure your case has adequate cooling, and the Graphics Card should be fine.
2) Send it back and have it repaired. Unless it is under warranty, it will probably make more sense to...
3) Just go buy a new card.

Unfortunately, even if you could get the old fan off, finding a replacement would be seriously difficult. I like option 1 the best - if the card does overheat and die, then you still have options 2 and 3.

Cheers

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Card Fan


Without the fan your card may burn. Go to your nearby Pc junk store and get a graphic card fan of same size and voltage. To remove your fan from the card try to push the plastic pins located on the corners of the fan's body. Hope it works .Don't forget to vote me. Tell me again so i may fix your problem. Thanks

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