Question about Dell Latitude C640 Notebook
My dell c640 fell from the table. Since then - it works OK except that it emits so much heat, and the diagniztics results in fan speed of 12000 rpm or so.
I suppose that the processor speed is automatically reduced as a result.
So you think that processor's heat sink has moved? What can I do?
You need a new fan it is a Pain In the Neck(just did it on a c630 p3
(just like c640)
the whole thing has to be taken apart, then install the fan
you can get the part(fan) on ebay
(if you take this to a shop- 200.00+)
Posted on Feb 26, 2008
There would be no way to know if that is the case without opening the machine. I suggest taking it to a certified
laptop repair technician near you ( a Dell Store if under warranty ), and explaining the issue to them. I have not seen
this happen myself ( the heatsink popping off ) but that's not to say it can't happen. I suggest having the laptop
looked at sooner than later, as each time you turn it on and it overheats it reduces the life expectancy of your
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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