Question about Computers & Internet
I am going to assume (and we all know what assume means) - that you have a desktop. With the power disconnected, take the side of your computer off. Take a can of air (you can get them anywhere) and blow out your fans (all of them) dust and dirt can cause the fan to stop working, dirt and dust can even short out your computer. I don't suggest using a vacume cleaner - for the parts (on a vacume cleaner) are so large you can bump a circuit or diode that can break off.
Once you have air cleaned the fans, while the side is still off, power up your computer and see if any of your fans are not working, if one is not - that is what needs to be replaced.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
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