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Hiya I have a new laptop (HP Pavilion dv3-2310ea) and the cooling fan is always ON. It's on the highest level and very noisy. BIOS software is not downloadable. The fan is not blocked or dirty as laptop is very new. Please help

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Restart the computer, and enter BIOS SETUP.
You should be able to adjust the fan-speed.

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