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You need to access the motherboard's BIOS. This is usually done by pressing either Del or F2 on your keyboard when you hear the beep sound as it boots up. Be careful though because the wrong settings could cause your computer to malfunction. Or you could also google search for a solution. There might be a software that allows you to do that.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: uncontrolled CPU fan speed
have changed CPU fan once but it is not proper so I changed the same one earlier used but from that time the CPU fan speed is uncontrolled the speed is not vareying as per the processor load. I will go to the setup and adjust speed to a different value but no change is ocuured in the fan speed.I think some problem occured in mother board. Pls find a solution for this problem. Thankyou .I have checked the bios and change the fan speed but no change is come on the fan speed and the connections of the fan are correct please find a solution. the fault is maybe in the motherboard
Posted on Oct 03, 2007
Probably not as you can only flash your BIOS from the manufacturer, so that is probably the latest version they produce since you got it recently. Under no conditions do I recommend trying to flash BIOS from someone other than the orignal manufacturer as any mistake will cause your computer to become unbootable.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
The fan/heat sink on these models get plugged with dust very easily, use an air compressor or can of air to blow the dust out of the heat sink and fan. In extreme cases the thermal paste gets dried out and needs to be re-applied to properly cool the processor.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
More than likely your fan needs to be replaced. These small form factor Dells are know for problems like this. Warning! Do NOT attempt to blow out the CPU fan with canned air, as this will likely lodge dust particles in the axis of the fan causing it to drag and become louder!
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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