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Processor fan my processor fan is not working and continu beep but when I am continus refress tha computer processor fan working deer sir my problem solve for you

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It sounds like your CPU fan is slowing down with age and thus triggering your motherboards warning 'slow fan' alarm, while it may just need a good clean (remove dust/grime) it may prove much easier to simply replace the whole fan anyway...

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4) vacuum out case Include behind power supply and video card.and any other fans
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shutdown PC and refit case side.
This is a common problem on a lot of computers as the environment they are used in is usually dusty.
I do mine every 3/4 months and have no problems like this
Please when works give me a fixya

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