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Computer fan is loud & computer running slow

Computer made a loud beep then went screen went blank. Turned on compuer and fan is on and really is loud. Computer is really moving slow.Fan won't turn off. Next day computer did same thing with loud beep then blank screen. Please help!

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    I have the same problem, same computer..

    After a short while the fan goes loud and the computer slows down... No stuff blocking the fan..

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Hi,
Check the exhaust port where the fan blows, as well as the intake port for the fan. Likely it's overheating because the heatsink is clogged with dust, hair, etc.
Get back to me if that doesn't work for you.
Good luck

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Check the exhaust port where the fan blows, as well as the intake port for the fan. Likely it's overheating because the heatsink is clogged with dust, hair, etc.
Get back to me if that doesn't work for you.
Good luck.

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Try this:

http://www.asklaptopfreak.com/laptop-notebook-help/2007/11/26/fan-making-lot-of-noise/

I was just searching around. I don't know if you are still having the problem, but it just sounds like the computer is having problems monitoring the temp and then kicks the fans on. I don't understand the slow-down, though.

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