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Are you sure that it is the fan itself making the noise? If you are not completely sure, open up the side panel on the case and identify where exactly the vibrating sound is coming from. It is usually a loose CD rom or HDD trey.
If it is the fan itself, well, after 10 min running, the CPU is heated up much more, so the fan must spin faster to compensate for the heat. If the bearings on the fan is done, just buy a new fan, and all should work fine again. Feel free to comment if this does not help you, so i can search forr other solutions.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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