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How do you troubleshoot the processor cooling fan-to see if it's spinning fast enough?

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Go into bios and under advanced functions it will tell you CPU fan speed and CPU temperature

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The fan could be partially faulty and cannot spin fast enough.
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My pc is automatically shutdown


There are several reasons for a pc to shut down. One of the main reasons is overheating.

Did you properly put on thermal paste on the processor?

Ddi you check your processor fan to make sure its working and working fast enough to cool the proscessor?

Check all these things and if they are not done, put more thermal paste on processor and get a new fan.

If that does not work, the board may be defective and needs to be replaced.

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My dell inspiron notebook 6400 shuts down and starts up automatically...what is going on...I don't use a battery so its not that...just use the ac


By your description it sounds like your laptop is overheating. Many a laptop faces this issues because the Air Intake Duct is dirty, and the internal hardware.

When a processor in a computer becomes too hot, it shuts off. (More specifically BIOS turns it off) NO processor running, NO computer.

Since the opening for the Air Intake Duct, (Left front side), is on the side close to the bottom, it makes an excellent(?) location to 'inhale' foreign debris. Dust/Dirt/Hair/Food Crumbs/Lint, you name it.
When this foreign debris goes inside the Air Intake Duct it clogs it up, dramatically reducing the cooling efficiency of the cooling system.

The Air Intake Duct is connected directly to the System Fan, and this fan blows air through the Cooling Tube for the processor, and graphics.
The Cooling Tubes, One for the Processor, One for the Graphics), is about the width, and height of your little finger!

Solution?
Use a can of compressed air for computers, and blow out the Air Intake Duct. (AC adapter removed,{Charger}, and battery removed)
Do NOT blow out the Exhaust Duct!

Use Short Bursts of air, not Long bursts.
You will be blowing air directly on the System Fan. This fan is only designed to spin so fast. Spinning it faster than it was designed for, can lead to premature failure of the fan's bearings.

Take a look at this,
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins6400/en/sm/compnts.htm#wp999507
See Number 12? That is the Processor Thermal Cooling Assembly. The copper colored S-shaped piece is the Cooling Tube.
Number 14 is the System Fan.

This is the Service Manual main page,
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins6400/en/sm/index.htm

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Overheat?


your cooling fan may not be working propperly, check to see if the processor or rams are damaged

Try reformatting it and if it still stalls that your problem is your processor if it cant complete format propperly its your rams or hardrive..

BUT check your cooling fan, that system should not overheat unless the fan is not working propperly (spin fast enough or too small)

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