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Asus m32 loud fan


Fan speed does increase for a reason.....heat. Check you BIOS settings and verify that the CPU temp is not getting too high. Desktop computers are dirt magnets. It is common for the CPU heatsink to get clogged with dust and dirt. This will reduce cooling and increase heat, eventually to the point that the fan will speed up. Get some electronic duster (canned air) and blow out the fins on the CPU heatsink. DO NOT remove the heatsink from the CPU. There is a special compound that is on the heatsink surface that allows proper heat transfer from the CPU. Removing the heatsink means that this compound is disturbed and would need replaced. Most users do not have this compound and thus should not remove the heatsink to clean. If the heatsink is so clogged that you cannot get the dirt out with canned air, you may be able to remove the fan from the heatsink, depending on the fan/heatsink design. Then you can use a brush to get into the fins to clean them.

Apr 18, 2015 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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Touchsmart 310 pc


You'll want to first make sure your computer is off and unplugged from power. Here's a generic tutorial on how to remove a CPU heatsink. This may vary slightly from your computer, but should be similar enough to get you pointed in the right direction:
removing stock AMD heatsink and thermal compound AM3 cpu

Aug 31, 2014 | HP TouchSmart Computers & Internet

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How to install cpu on HP Pavilion a1140n Desktop PC


Remove the heatsink and fan assembly over the CPU.
The CPU is locked in the CPU socket, lift up the locking lever to release the CPU.
The new CPU needs to be inserted into the socket and then lower the lever to lock the CPU into the socket.
Coat the CPU with heatsink compound before fitting the heatsink and fan.

Jan 20, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Is it possible to put the cpu back in the wrong way? i have just cleaned my comp & i removed the fan over the cpu & the video card? i put them back & now i cant get a signal to my monitor could...


If there is no activity when you power up then it could be the CPU.
Remove the CPU and check the CPU to see if you have not bent any pins. The CPU can only be installed in one position.
The CPU when removed usually sticks to the heatsink.
The CPU should be removed off the heatsink.
The CPU is locked onto the CPU chip holder, lift the locking level up to release the CPU or there may be a locking screw instead of a lever. Turn the screw anti-clockwise to release the CPU lock.
Insert the CPU in the chip holder and lock the CPU in place. If it a screw lock then turn the screw clockwise to lock the CPU in place.
Smear some fresh heat sink compound on the CPU and heatsink and place and then lock the heatsink in place.

Sep 25, 2010 | Medion (40010998)

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Cannot remove the fan and heatsink


Hi,

The heatsink is probably stuck on with the cooler compound. If it's really stuck on, then I would release the CPU brace as well and pull the CPU out with the heatsink. Then carefully wedge something sharpe between the heatsink and cpu, like a razor blade and slowly push the blade through the compound until it's unstuck.

Thanks Mark

Apr 16, 2010 | ASUS P4S800-MX Motherboard

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Need to remove cpu fan


STEP 1Always start laptop dis assembly with removing the battery.

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STEP 2
Remove six screws securing the hard drive cover and the heatsink covers.


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STEP 3
Remove one screw securing the hard drive to the laptop base.
Disconnect the hard drive and remove it from the hard drive bay.



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STEP 4
Remove three screws securing the CPU heatsink to the system board.
Carefully lift off the heatsink off the laptop CPU.



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STEP 5
The heatsink is 100% clogged with lint.
If your heatsink is clogged, clean the heatsink with a canned air to prevent your laptop from overheating.



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Mar 08, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite A45-S150 Notebook

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No power up on Satellite M35X-s111


Heres the fix:

This requires access to the cpu and heatsink, remove the keyboard and palmrest to access the motherboard, I think you have to remove the screen too. Remove the heatsink and cpu. Reseat the cpu, heres the kicker, press firmly on the center of the cpu while turning the locking screw. Pressing the cpu hard, allows the locking mechinism to get a good bite. Turn the locking screw hard into the end of the turn. Hook up the heatsink and set it back on top of the cpu. Press down on the heatsink over the cpu, fairly strong pressure.

Now test the motherboard, use just cpu, heatsink, memory, power button board and cable and external monitor, you can use your screen instead by just hooking up the cable to motherboard, leave the screen laying flat on the table. Now push the power button with one hand and the other is still applying pressure to the heatsink, no you dont need to screw it down yet. Keep reseating the cpu with varying degrees of pressure if you dont get it go the first time.
The trick will be to get it all assembled with the same results.
There seems to be a problem with the cpu seating correctly, it must come loose and the laptops exhibit the symtoms of no video. It might even be neccessary to insert a wafer thin piece of copper or something in between the cpu and heatsink if the heatsink doesnt apply enough pressure to cpu to keep it seated deep enough to run the computer.

Jun 29, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite M35X-S111 Notebook

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Changeing a cpu is a simple process.

First step, remove the cables and open the case.
locate the cpu - heatsink

it debends on what kind of heatsink it has, simply turn the lever
or use a screwdriver to unhook the metal connector. If you don't have enought room you might need to remove the powersupply first.

handle the cpu with care, ones the heatsink is removed you can
pull up the lever next to the cpu to unlock it

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now you can remove the cpu with your fingers by the edges.

place it in a safe location, and go ahead install the new cpu.
optionally apply some thermalpaste and attach the heatsink
and the power connector for the heatsink fan.

you are done.

Jun 11, 2008 | Soltek SL-85DRC Motherboard

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ASUS NCT-d


Hi, have you tried removing the CPU and using a Air Jet Spray can to clean all contact pins and pin holes? The problem sounds like a loose chip. So also check all on board chips are seated, including RAM chips. Air spray can be bought from most Computer stores. Goodluck mistyman

Sep 09, 2007 | ASUS NCT-D (90MSV430G0UAY) Motherboard

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