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I am having problem with my pc i bleieve itsthe core fan

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Is it overheating.....???
do you know how to strip the computer down to get to your fan....
if the fan is still spinning,it may be the breakdown of the thermal compound inbetween the heatsink and the cpu..

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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The fan could be partially faulty and cannot spin fast enough.
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I have a toshiba Satellite 1905-S301 that randomly shuts off. It only does this when I am surfing (but only oncertain websites), streaming music, video, or doing 2 or more CPU intensive things at once...


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You can blow compressed air into the cooling vents of the fan. If you notice clouds of dust coming out, then it might be a good idea to disassemble the laptop, clean the fan & air ways, & reassemble it back. If the fan has failed & is no longer running, it might need to be replaced.
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First, check for dust. Compressed air works to clean it out.
Second, if the fan is not spinning at all when the computer is turned on, make sure it's plugged in - a wire should connect somewhere
If neither of those work, you may just have to look into a replacement fan, at the least, or a new heatsink/fan assembly. Make sure you get one for AM3 (as Intel sockets - usually designated with a number like 775, 1136, etc. - are secured differently.) They can run from cheap to over $100.

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Sytem fan is kaput


You geetin a false readin how can core 0 being a diffrent then core 1 when there the same waffer this is funny as all get out.. The ystem fan on this unit would be just below the power supply fan if you have one. If you do not have one then there will be little round holes there and you could look right into the case that means there is not fans present, Some manufactures do not power up the fan using the motherboard the piggy back it off one of the drive power cables thus you will get no reading at all Hence the sensor will not sense that there is a actual fan connected. If you where at 128 C you would burn the cpu you probably talking Fahrenheit? Anyway to remedy any situation you would need to buy a fan and put it where there is a place to put it in you case and plug it into the motherboard it should say FAN 1 etc etc.. Good luck

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Core temp is 80c of aceraspire5315


it should be very hot underneath the laptop, is it? just use your hand and feel the bottom of your laptop

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