Question about Dell XPS 200 PC Desktop
Restart your computer -- there may be some "run-away" program on your computer that is working the CPU to its maximum.
Also, there are some heat-sensors inside your computer, i.e., the hotter that the inside of your computer is, the faster that the fans will run.
Check that the fan on top of the CPU is still working -- if not, your CPU will generate a *LOT* of heat.
Also, turn the computer off, and take a can of compressed air, and give your computer a "blow-job" to remove all the dust from inside your computer -- dust makes a great insulation, thus making your computer run "hotter" (and making the fans work harder/louder).
Posted on May 29, 2010
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