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HP or your antivirus software's regard for its updates caused the updates to clear out your fan/power settings and that's fan noise. If the hard drive keeps going, you'd better find out what that junk is using Process Explorer (downloadable from Microsoft) and probably get rid of that thing. It's probably just running some virus scan once, and all that CPU and drive activityr is necessarily turning fans on, really.
Still, it's like they throw stuff in with some abandon because of people whose machines had no antivirus, and thus are spamming without the owners' knowledge. Hard to blame them, eh?
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
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