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this sound very much to me like overheating check all the vents on the laptop make sure they are free and clear. If you have used the laptop on a bed or sofa for a period of time the vents can become clogged with a buildup of dust, if this is the case then you will need to open up the laptop and clean the fan and heatsink. you could also try vacuming the vents.
Remove the battery and the power supply. Hook it to wall power only w/o the battery and try to turn it on. If it boots great, otherwise pull the power from the unit while it tries to turn on. Plug it back in and try turning it on again. If that doesn't work you need to re-seat the RAM and/or processor. Last thing to try if that doesn't work is new RAM as a processor almost NEVER goes bad and it is either the RAM or the motherboard at that point.
The fan speed is controlled by the processor and BIOS. It is on full speed when it starts, but the processor turns it down again as soon as it starts to run.
Could be loose memory modules or the processor heatsink has come loose. Try taking off the back compartments and check everything is fitted OK.