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Hi.while i am playing knight online,i have this stiuation(Warning!Temperature is too high,please check your fan and heatsink)i checked my fan and heatsink and they are working normal.

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Gateway ML6732 Laptop Fan warning


I would replace the fan right of the bat, it has a high failure rate, also remove the heatsink to check the thermal grease is not hard, if it is, remove with rubbing alcohol and paper towel along with the processor, then apply fresh compound to both and assemble.

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My FUJITSU FMV-720NU5/B LIFEBOOK has this problem of sudden shut off when it's getting hot. What could be the possible solution for this problem?


1.Temperature gets high if many programs work,specially programs which uses more graphic and processor. Disable/uninstal some un-important program you have installed.
2.Normally Fan processor should be cooling the processor, but sometimes we must check the heatsink, something might blocked the fan to run run faster if system overheat >>> tri clean the heatsink and fan up carefully. you might need an air blows to sucked/blows the dirt inside the heatsink.


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My laptop fan makes alot of noise and gets heated up very quickly.all the games i play cause the laptop to shut down without warning due to overheating.i have tried getting it cleaned, but it doesnt...


Laptop Fan noise:

This seems to be a common problem with laptops over a couple of years old. Dust gets trapped in the copper fins and the fan of the CPU heatsink and reduces the efficiency of the cooling, which results in regular power off's by the laptop as it gets over it's upper temperature setting. The fix is relatively easy, just remove the heatsink unit, blow it clean with compressed air, clean the old CPU heatsink paste off with isopropyl alcohol (IPA) and spray a thin film of heatsink paste on the CPU.


If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response

Thanks, Joe

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My asrock 775vm800 restart automaticlly please help meee


Plz check the CPU temperature in BIOS>>Hardware Monitor if it is >70 it the problem with your CPU heatsink fan fixation problem. You need to clean the processor die and heatsink contact with IPA (isopropyl alcohol) and apply small amount of heatsink cement in heatsink fan and reinsert heat sink. Make sure all the heatsink fixing studs inserted in motherboard properly, it can be inspected by the bottom side of the motherboard

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My computer keeps shutting itself down without warning. I have live one care which prevents virus to pass through the system but the computer will stay on for a little while then shut off then stays on for...


It is possible this is caused by overheating. Check the power supply fan first, probably in the back of your computer tower. Do you feel any airflow? If so, the next thing to check would be the CPU fan/heat sink. Many motherboards have a temperature gauge software nowadays, or you can download one for free online to see how hot your CPU is running.

2 Possible solutions:
  1. Replace Power Supply if there is no air flow.
  2. Put in a new Processor Heatsink/Fan

Mar 12, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Temperature too high warning in amd pc


Are u using and pci editing card on the system like matrox if not u have a heatsink problem or fan problem please change the processor fan ....

Jan 24, 2009 | HP HEAT SINK

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Hi lo alarm siren when playing online games


Hi stretcharm_2,

It seems that the hi-lo siren from the mobo indicates that the cpu is over hated.

1st of all, you need to go into the BIOS/CMOS setup to check if the temperature was boosting higher that the prefix alarm. If it's low, but gone up very fast after a few minutes, you need to update to the latest BIOS firmware, as it's part of the Fatal1ty problem.

you can download the bios here, be sure to read all the instruction before you proceed to update the BIOS firmware.

http://www.abit.com.tw/page/en/download/download_bios_detail.php?pFILE_TYPE=Bios&pMAIN_TYPE=motherboard&pTITLE_ON_SCREEN=Fatal1ty+FP-IN9+SLI&pSOCKET_TYPE=LGA775

PLEASE BE EXTRA CAREFUL WHEN UPGRADING THE BIOS AS IT MIGHT KILLED YOUR MOBO.

you can always come back here and post a comment if you r no sure.

2nd of all, you need to check is the heatsink was fixed properly.

It's not your fault that's the fan wasn't fixed properly because the stock LGA-775 socket T heatsink's design wasn't a perfect one, and it has 4 very fragile fix-in clips. You need to check if all four clips were fixed firmly in the braket for maximum heat dicipation. It might be broken and you need to replace with another one.

You might need to replace the thermal paste to a better 1.

Please check your manual on how to diassemble the heatsink.

Good Luck,

Don't forget to rate my solution, thanks!!

Jan 17, 2009 | Abit IC7-G Motherboard

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Ga-m61sme-s2l motherboard always shut down within 5mins


It sounds as if the motherboard is having a temperature safety shutdown. This occurs when the temperature of the CPU exceeds a certain limit.

First off: Please check your CPU fan, power supply fan, and graphics card fan(if you have a gfx card) that they are working. If not, I would highly recommend replacing the fans or at least cleaning them and attempting to get them started by rotating them manually.

Please enter your BIOS (See Here for instructions) and navigate to "PC Health Status" - check the entry for the CPU temperature. While in the BIOS there is little strain on the system, but if the temperature is above 40 degrees Celsius in this state it may be prudent to check the fan setting. Also, check if there is a CPU Fan fail warning/CPU warning temperature - on average the limit should not exceed 60-65 degrees Celsius, max. Set any Fan speed or mode settings to maximum if able.

Try again.

If problem persists, and you are sure the temperature is not too high and/or the CPU fan is working, it may be the power supply itself. It is possible for the power supply to shut itself off in extreme cases such as when a power supply's fan stops working, and the temperature of the power supply rises to an unsafe level. Sometimes the fan will work initially but quit after a certain time. The fan requires replacement if this is the case.

Let the computer sit for a while and check to make sure it is at or near room temperature. Attempt to restart the installation process. When the power is cut, feel where the power supply meets the case to check whether or not it is particularly hot.

Replacement of the power supply's fan should solve that problem. I recommend taking it to a repair shop.

If that is not the problem, a last resort is that the harddrive is overheating and causing a system crash. With the case open, start the computer (mindful to be careful and always touch a large metal object such as the computer case itself before getting your hands near any components to prevent static damage), and wait for it to crash. Place your hand gently on the harddrive. If it is very warm or hot to the touch, most likely the harddrive's actuator arm, circitry, or data plate is malfunctioning and the drive should either be taken to be repaired or replaced.

If none of the components in your computer are particularly hot, please come back with more information on your computer, such as the parts, what you are cd you are booting, any new hardware, etc.

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check fan is working and check heatsink for being clogged up with dust etc. you have to remove fan to check heatsink underneath the vanes on it should be clean with no dust on.
also have you overclocked your cpu

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if it gives you 60 secs warning , abort the shutdown by ---- shutdown /a---- command....and check for any servivice termination from administrative tools > services... check if all the automatic strted services are running

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