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Sounds like an airplane

The moment i move the mouse the computer sounds as if there a big fan on the inside of it

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  • Michael Rodriques May 11, 2010

    Are you certain that it is only when you move your mouse? There are two fans inside of e-machines, 1 is on the motherboard (above the CPU) and the other is on the back of the power supply, but neither of these should be affected by mouse motion.

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That is your internal fan. shut down the computer open it up and vaccum it out. if that doesn't work replace the fan.

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