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I need to get to my fan and cannot find any way to remove the whole back of the computer. Can it be done?

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What would be some more powerful motherboard upgrade on a a6700f HP with 630watts and dual monitor graphics card from ATI?


any top Asus mobo is best, IMO. no better.
ever go to there web site?
but...........
w8
how are you doing that. from what media, and who's
HP media. (nah, ,its not supported.
Microsoft.
? what media, why not say that first.
(Stick,CD/DVD, ? )
btw if you do that, (W7) the HP disks are now useless. , alien mobo's. are never supported by HP.
(the HP lic with MS dictates that, its a discounted OEM license)
{vista or w7}

do you have full retail license for w8?
why not put in a new SSD drive, ending HDD horrors. now.

i cant guess the bottle neck is the HDD. or infections.
internet speed, HDD? or what. or media installs?
or was infected and then fails to upgrade over infections.
do a fresh install, is best, for SURE.

if that is slow, from a USB mem stick, (not CD)
then the HDD is bad.
if using any CD or DVD to install it will take many long hours.
CD are slow.

a6700f HP desktop came with Vista or w7

HP does NOT support W8 on this pC.
why try to buck that rule?

if you were do that you'd need new MS disks, (HP dont have them)
so did you get MS disks
or buy a MS coa key from MS?
then down load the MS dot com,, ISO file.
then burn the USB stick with this ISO
then boot to the USB stick and install w8 fresh?
only this might work,
but be advised the HP drivers do NOT work on W8.
(a few might) but not all.
ONCE here, only you and microsoft can fix this pc. its not HP now.
the product is years old now. in 3 more years zero support.

I'd try this.
W8 license. (coa key) and downloaded w8 ISO file.
new sdd
put w8 on the USB ISO stick, boot to this stick
do a full fresh W8 install.
be connected to the internet using a wired Ethernet cable to your router.

if this fails maybe your PSU is bad
or system is overheating, fans dead, psu fan dead, or tons of dust in pc blocking all vents and fans,.

first pc year for this pc is 2008 (carbondated by me)
never see any 9year old CP, will have problems and full of dust.

that is it, seen vast pc fail for vast reasons, bad MOBO , rare.

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Usually the AIO computers don't have a standard power supply. They usually have a power adapter (like a laptop power cord), and a power board inside the machine. What's the issue with your AIO PC? No power?

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Ms 7050 motherboard drivers download


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HEAT, is a big factor. That is a mighty Xeon Server Quad Core CPU and when it gets to work it gives off heat.

You need to make sure that the chassis is well ventilated, install some fans to keep it cool. Clean the heatsink and surrounds of dust. Use a vacuum cleaner.
Also scan the system for Malware and Virues, these pieces of code simply get the computer to do a whole lot of nothing usefull to you. Find them and delete them. Usually a good cleaning will get it operating efficiently and effectively, giving you a responsive and productive computer system.

Take care!
damnor01

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My HP Pavilion turned off the other day and now won't stay on. It starts going through the boot up and then turns off before it gets to MS Welcome screen.


It could be overheating. If you are comfortable with opening up the case do this. Unplug the computer and place the it where you can work around it. Remove the knurled screw from the back of the left side panel. It's the one with the grill holes. Using canned compressed air blow the dust off of the cpu fan, back case fan, and the grill holes. Also blow out the power supply vent holes inside and the fan on the back. Hold the fans blades from spinning to prevent ruining the bearings. It could be a bad memery stick. Remove any cards and the memory sticks. Reinstall one stick, hookup the keyboard and display cable and power on the computer. If still nothing swap the ram sticks.

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When running video or playing games fan seems to run loud the whole computer shuts off


That means the heat sink processor is clogged and needs to be cleaned. When the computer can't cool down the processor, it detects overheating and shutdowns to protect the processor.

The back of the computer needs to be removed and the heat sink needs to be cleaned. I do not recommend you to do it if you have no previous experience cleaning computers.

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I have an HP pavilian dv7 laptop and i keep hearing a rattling noise -possible screw in fan or broken fan because it overheats and rattles when i move the computer, i cant figure out how to open the back...


Hi!

I couldn't find a disassembly guide for the DV7 but I did find one for a DV9.

http://www.insidemylaptop.com/remove-hard-drive-memory-wireless-card-keyboard-hp-pavilion-dv9000/

This might help give you an idea on what needs to be done. Essentially there's a few components you need to remove first before you can undo the main case screws to pull apart the case.

Also worth mentioning is the fact that you'll likely have to go in through the top as opposed to looking at the fan from the back. This means taking out the keyboard etc.

Hpoe this helps

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I have an HP touchsmart IQ790uk, error message: cpu fan failed


The fan is attached to the heat-sink and can be removed/unscrewed off the heatsink. Take the fan to the computer or elecronics hobby shop for a replacement fan.
The are after-market CPU heat-sink fan assemblies available (these usually provide better cooling than the original units), just remove the existing assembly and take it to your friendly computer shop for a suitable replacement.

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Ned to replace cpu fan.


I think that particular model has the fan mounted in the back of the case just below the power supply. It has a duct that goes from the fan to the processsor. Remove case cover and remove the duct by pressing the 2 tabs on the top of the duct and rolling it back and out. Unplug the fan cable from the mainboard . Make sure you remember the connector as you will have to plug the new fan cable back in. Remove the screws that hold the fan to the case and remove the old fan. Install the new fan, plug in the cable and if your computer is dusty on the inside blow it out with some canned air . Re-install duct by sliding tab at bottom in first then pull up to lock in top tabs. Replace case cover and she's done.

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