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Hp heat sink

I have hp computer and having problem with heat sink how to fix.

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Fan dose not slow down


It seems that your system is overheating so follow these instructions first
- Make sure your Heat Sink is placed properly above the processor
- Clean the Processor fan, Heat Sink and other peripherals
- Use High Speed fans
- Use CPU Heat Sink Paste in the processor
- Make sure your dint restrict the speed of CPU fan
- Shut down your computer atleast two hour a day
If you are unable to perform above tasks then use a single utility tool like PC Fresher that will fix windows errors that cause of overheating

Aug 27, 2013 | HP TouchSmart PC Desktops

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Heatsink


INSIDE A COMPUTER OR THE HEAT SINK FOR YOUR COMPAQ COMPUTER?

The "CPU" or central processing unit, otherwise known simply as "the processor," is the primary "brain" of the computer. Processors are very finely engineered components that are not repairable. But replacing a failed processor is an option for the owner of any model Compaq Presario desktop computer. Just check with HP/Compaq for the correct and speed of processor for your motherboard before purchasing a replacement.

Turn off the computer and disconnect all cables. WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL. http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules Only work inside the computer case when the power has been switched off and disconnected. Never open the power source. Some of the below steps recommend removing physical parts within the computer. While in the computer it is highly recommend that you be aware of ESD and its potential hazards Remove the cover. Lay the computer down flat. If there is a plastic hood covering an exhaust fan, remove it by pressing in on the indicated release tabs. Examine the processor assembly. The processor is a square chip that is covered by a metal heat sink with fins. A fan will often be mounted on top of the heat sink; unplug its connection to the motherboard. Two clips usually secure the heat sink assembly to the top of the processor. Gently press down and slightly away on the flat end of a clip to release it. Avoid using a screwdriver to release a clip; a slip could scratch the motherboard. Release the clips and gently remove the assembly. The heat sink should separate, leaving the processor behind in the chip holder. Clean the bottom of the heat sink. Use a paper towel and a dab of solvent cleaner to remove the old thermal paste. Set the clean heat sink aside. Lift up the lever to unlock the old processor and remove it from the pin mount. Insert the new processor chip. Align the pins on the processor to the "cut off corner" or dot on the pin mount. The processor should drop into the pin holes easily. If the processor won't drop in easily, check the pin alignment. Once the processor is inserted correctly, pull down the lever to lock in the chip. Apply thermal paste to the bottom of the heat sink. Apply enough paste to cover the area of the small gray rectangle on top of the processor. Apply the paste with a spreader made from a piece of flexible plastic. Spread the paste evenly to a thickness of two sheets of paper. Check the heat sink mounting alignment and lower the heat sink onto the top of the processor. Reinstall the mounting clips. Reattach the heat sink fan to the motherboard if necessary. Plug in the computer and monitor and boot. If the machine won't boot or it emits warning "beeps," unplug the power and monitor, and troubleshoot your work until the computer boots successfully. Shut down again and replace the exhaust fan hood. Close up the computer and reboot. Hope this helps.

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Jan 19, 2013 | HP Compaq Presario SR5610F Desktop PC

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Bad processor on my hp compaq


WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL.

http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules


The "CPU" or central processing unit, otherwise known simply as "the processor," is the primary "brain" of the computer.

Processors are very finely engineered components that are not repairable.


But replacing a failed processor is an option for the owner of any model Compaq Presario desktop computer.


Just check with HP/Compaq for the correct size and speed of processor for your motherboard before purchasing a replacement.


Turn off the computer and disconnect all cables.

Remove the cover.

Lay the computer down flat.


If there is a plastic hood covering an exhaust fan, remove it by pressing in on the indicated release tabs.


Examine the processor assembly.

The processor is a square chip that is covered by a metal heat sink with fins.

A fan will often be mounted on top of the heat sink; unplug its connection to the motherboard.


Two clips usually secure the heat sink assembly to the top of the processor.

Gently press down and slightly away on the flat end of a clip to release it.


Avoid using a screwdriver to release a clip a slip could scratch the motherboard.

Release the clips and gently remove the assembly.


The heat sink should separate, leaving the processor behind in the chip holder.

Clean the bottom of the heat sink.


Use a paper towel and a dab of solvent cleaner to remove the old thermal paste.

Set the clean heat sink aside.


Lift up the lever to unlock the old processor and remove it from the pin mount.

Insert the new processor chip.


Align the pins on the processor to the "cut off corner" or dot on the pin mount.

The processor should drop into the pin holes easily.


If the processor won't drop in easily, check the pin alignment.

Once the processor is inserted correctly, pull down the lever to lock in the chip.


Apply thermal paste to the bottom of the heat sink.

Apply enough paste to cover the area of the small gray rectangle on top of the processor.


Apply the paste with a spreader made from a piece of flexible plastic.

Spread the paste evenly to a thickness of two sheets of paper.


Check the heat sink mounting alignment and lower the heat sink onto the top of the processor.

Reinstall the mounting clips.


Reattach the heat sink fan to the motherboard if necessary.

Plug in the computer and monitor and boot.


If the machine won't boot or it emits warning "beeps," unplug the power and monitor, and troubleshoot your work until the computer boots successfully.


Shut down again and replace the exhaust fan hood.

Close up the computer and reboot.


http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Thermal-Compound-Roundup-February-2012/1490



Hope this helps

Nov 11, 2012 | HP Compaq dc5100 Microtower PC Desktop

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How do i get to the fans in the ms225


When the CPU in the computer or laptopoverheats then it will shut down (i.e. thermal overload) and won't boot upagain until it has cooled down. If this is the problem is not fixed then theCPU will eventually fail.
A faulty fan causes this problem or the fan and heat sink assembly are cloggedwith dust.
Check the CPU fan to see if it spins freely, if not replace the fan. If the fan and heat sink is clogged withdust the remove the dust and make sure the vents are clear and dust free. Use acan of compressed air to do this.

Feb 07, 2012 | HP Pavilion MS225 (AY587AA) PC Desktop

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Pc suddenly powers off


that can be meaning if the processor is Not Supported with your motherboard,or the New Processor is not in good condition (can be Over Heat or damage).
Processor over heat or damage can be because the HEAT SINK (white or grey pasta at the top of processor) is not enaugh to cooling the processor or,the fan Proseccor is Dirty.

Jan 18, 2012 | PC Desktops

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My Gateway ZX4300 screen is not working. The screen does not turn on at all but the fan is working and the hard drive is as well.


gateway zx4300 black screen fix

i think i might have found a fix, if you know how to fix the xbox with the fan trick this one will sound close to the same.

if when you turn the computer an you get nothing not one bit of color or brightness from the screen this is your fix, well it worked for me.

i am not responsible for any more damage you might encounter, this does require disassembly


1. take the computer apart until you have the fan and heat sink in front of you.


2. remove fan and heat sink from mother board.


3. (at own risk) with computer open an heat sink off plug in the power cord and turn the computer on.


4. leave computer on for 8 to 10 mins.


5. turn computer off after 10 mins remove power cord and re install heat sink and fan.


6. hold pwr button down for 15 sec.


7. plug computer back in and you should now have your screen back.


this method worked for me i am using the computer with the bad screen to type this up an has been restarted a couple times an is still working fine! hope this works for you!!

Aug 11, 2011 | Gateway One ZX4300-41 (PWGAW02017) 20 in....

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I have a HP touchsmart iq771 and the fan has failed, i cannot find one anywhere and even hp cant seem to help me, as the only number that is on PC they cant match! (they sent through wrong fan)! I find it...


You could try Ebay or the like, for a fan that looks the same to you.

Unfortunately that is why I prefer to build computers myself from components.
Custom computers.

Just because of this fan issue you may need to buy a new computer, that is if you can't find a new fan. State this to HP, are they willing to provide you with a new computer.

Take Care!
damnor01

Apr 20, 2011 | HP TouchSmart IQ770 PC Desktop

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My hp media center m7160n computer powers up, has a definite fan sound, normally the fan sound diminishes and the computer boots up. For the last several months, the high speed fan sound would not diminish...


How did you clean it?
The last one I worked on had the fins of the Heat sink totally blocked with dust. This will make the fan scream trying to push air thru the heat sink to cool the processor. If it isn't cooled it will shut down in short order.
You must BLOW it out. Use a pressurized air can. Better if you have a compressor with a nozzle.

The other issue may be the interface between the CPU and heat sink is defective. Heat sink moved or become loose.

Of course by this time the processor could be dead also.

May 17, 2010 | HP PC Desktops

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Heat Sink


Just to answer your question about the heat sink arms being attached, yes it is imperative, should the heat sink fall off or isn't applied firmly your cpu could overheat and either fry it or causing severe damage to it.

I bought a faulty heat sink once for one of my old computers, put it in and ran the computer found out a little too late that the heat sink fan wasn't running.

Jul 01, 2009 | HP Pavilion a620n (PC028A) PC Desktop

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Square "comb-like" box came unglued from motherboard


Assuming that you are talking about the heat sink.

This device actually makes contact with the CPU and is held down, usually on four points, to the motherboard.

You will need to get some new CPU grease to put between the heat sink and the CPU when you re-attach the heat sink.

However, I would first examine the heat sink to verify that the "legs" are not broken. If they are, you will need to purchase a new heat sink.

Also inspect that the motherboard isn't broken. It normally isn't but you never know.

Good luck

God Bless

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Jul 01, 2009 | HP Pavilion a620n (PC028A) PC Desktop

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