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Hi, how can i change cooling fan speed on my hp dv6 pavilion 3125er? cooling system start fan when a temperature cpu 80/85 CELCIA, may i change this parameter? lake that fan will start on 40-50 CELCIA may be need ***.ini to change or i can download a program for coolfan but every programs i downloaded can view a temperature but can not change it.. my english very bad,sorry, thank you

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No bios update where are fan control, riva tuner, fanspeed control, cpuid can not help too, support hp set a bot mashine with no recomendation, what to do? Wait whale my noute a burning up?

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The fan control is a function of the bios and any override sttings would be available in the bios.

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