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I get a 02fa fan error. It says to shut system down and check fan. Fan is spinning and im not sure what the problem can be computer just goes diag screen and thats it i can get into bios.

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no ifs nor buts nor maybe it will shut down, reason being the cooling system and the fan is meant to keep the processors cool and if they over heat then the system cannot perform or stay up, it may be the fan so check into that if not run an hardware diagnostic on your system...
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  • Make sure that your Processor has no loose connections. Its must be installed to the slot or socket properly. The heat sink must be installed properly.
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  • You can use the Event Viewer to check for System Related errors. What you have to do is type Run in the search box in the Start Menu, hit enter then.
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