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Warning: Your computer CHIP Fan Fail or speed too low.

HELLO! I need help!
The computer reboots constantly. I cleaned with a brush the fan and tried to make disable the "Chip fan speed warning", but still the computer is rebooting...
It tries to open windows and then fails...
What I can do? What is the problem with the chip fan? Do i need to replace it? What is the best I can do?
thank you,
luisa

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