Question about KDS Valiant 671DP Notebook
My system is overheating. i think the cpu fan is inoperable. i also noticed the power supply was extremely hot. i was wandering if the system overheating because of a bad fan can also cause the power supply to be overworked because of electric load change durng overheating? i would appreciate any insight. thanks.
The power supply and laptop are both hot because your fan isn't working. You'd know if it was working by the whirring sound it would be making. Send it in for service.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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