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Cpu fan problem

Cpu fan rotate fastly.how can i minimise?

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    d102 motherboard 512 ram.the cpu fan fotate very fast.how can i minimise?

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The only way to minimize will be reducing the voltage that goes to it but why would you want to slow it down. These devices need to have some kind of cooling because they can get really hot if the fun is slower or non functional.

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Sir, my sony vgn cs100E laptop fan is not working, i keep my laptop very clean, but now when i start windows the laptop automatically shutdown after 3 min processing. Fan is not working. what should i do?...


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OK, the thing is, if the fan is not rotating at all, you will need to replace it. The problem related to the computer shutting down, is the fact that the CPU overheats, and then shuts down the computer to protect the system components.

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OK, now, the only components in your computer which actually rotates which can explain the the sound you are hearing is either the CPU fan or the CD/DVD rom or the Hard Drive.

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