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WHEN I BOOT UP COMPUTER, I GET A BIOS MENU SHOWING A POWER ERROR. THE POWER MENU SHOWS CPU POWER FAN AT 1467RPM, AND N/A FOR THE POWER FAN. THE "GEEK SQUAD" SAID I HAVE A BAD FAN, BUT DID NOT KNOW WHICH ONE. DO YOU?

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The bad fan is the Processor fan, you can see it into your motherboard, you need to replace with a new one, or better check it first there might be some wires that stopped the fan to work, or simply the fan is defective.

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