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Cooling fan stop working

I have toshiba A135 S 4527...from july 2007............some times its cooling fan stop functioning...........ultimately processor also freezes for some time...then it again start working..............i am in Haiti..where there is no TOSHIBA service centre...............i am waiting help from Toshiba community.............a friend from UNITED NATIONS HAITI

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Hi,
It's normal for the fan to stop and start, as needed. However, it sounds as if the heat sink attached to the processor and fan may be clogged with dust/fuzz/hair, etc. If you can, vacuum or blow air back through the ventilation ports to clear the debris.
This usually causes the fan to run constantly. It's possible that you need to adjust the power management settings in control panel-toshiba power management.
Also,try keeping the laptop in a cool place and see if it makes a difference.
Let me know how it works.
Good luck

Posted on Nov 27, 2007

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