Question about Sony CPU FAN CPU Fan
If the computer detects overheating or fan failure it will shut down automatically. If you replace the fan you should be fine. Remove your old fan and try to get one that connects the same way, some of them connect directly to the heat sink, others to the motherboard.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
Overheating can be caused by dust buildup inside. The best solution is a ShopShield dust cover see pics of them here: http://www.computerdust.com/ They won't impede normal airflow or computer use (stays in place always) but they keep the dust out. You won't have to clean the inside again.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
The best protection for any computer from dust, it is Boulten computer dust filter http://www.boulten.com/
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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