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The fan is continueslly running and computer takes lot of time to start and shut down. and it is heated also .

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The operating system is corrupt in your computer. You can try to run disk cleanup, disk defragmentation, and try to install ccleaner in your computer and clean the old files from your computer. That will be a temporary solution for this.

But if you reformat the operating system in your computer, it will work perfect.

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Qmark muh won't shut off


I believe these models have a thermal switch on or near the heating element that normally runs the fan until the element has cooled. Similar to your home furnace. If the fan never shuts off this switch is likely bad. IF it takes a long time to shut off then it may be out of calibration. In either case they are non repairable parts and have to be replaced. If the heater is in a high spot resulting in a high ambient temperature it may take a while for the fan to shut down.

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How to stop over heating laptops or computers.


1. Fix Internal Cooling. The first and most important thing you need to do when your laptop is overheatingis to clean the fan(s) that provide(s) cooling to the CPU and graphics card. Over time, they build up layers of dust and dirt that slow them down and block airflow.
A laptop that severely overheats causes damage to the internal components. Before this happens, the laptop should attempt to shut itself down. ... If you smell smoke, a burning odor, the fans never run or the fan runs all the time, be careful to avoid ruining your laptop.
The most common cause of laptop overheating is a non-working fan. ... Viruses, spyware, adware and other types of malware put a heavy strain on the CPU and other components of your laptop. This causes those components to heat up, often to a point where the fan simply cannot move enough air over them to cool them down.
Determine Whether Your Computer Is Overheating or Just Hot. Laptops get hot. It's what they do. However, if your laptop is shutting down, suffering from the blue screen of *****, or experiencing serious slowdowns, then you have a much bigger problem on your hands.
A laptop that severely overheats causes damage to the internal components. Before this happens, the laptop should attempt to shut itself down. ... If you smell smoke, a burning odor, the fans never run or the fan runs all the time, be careful to avoid ruining your laptop.
Heat is a computer's enemy. Computers are designed with heat dispersion and ventilation in mind so they don't overheat. If too much heat builds up, your computermay become unstable, suddenly shut down, or even suffer component damage.
IF you need more info on laptops or computers go to this link...
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I have a Toshiba laptop with a Windows 7 operating system, a few years old. It recently started randomly shutting down - after 10 minutes or so of use, it would just go dead. It's also extremely slow,...


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the first thing i would check is to make sure there is no dirt or dust stopping the fan from running because if the fan is not running it will heat up and shut down or if the fan is running slow it will shut down.
and for running slow i would do a good clean up get rid off stuff thats not needed anymore.like music,pictures,the more your harddrive has on it the longer it will take to load and run.

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We have a tempstar down draft furnace. 2 years ago the heat exchangers where replace because we were told they were cracked. This year the downdraft motor was makikg a lot of noise & we were told the...


Sounds like the low limit or high limit is out these control the fan motor.They are usually set to kick on around 150 degrees and set to go off around 95 to 100 degrees. Over heating does happen with cracked heat exchangers and it can possibly take these two items out. Normally your furnace should run approximately five minutes or a little less then your fan motor comes on and then for cooling down burners should drop and the fan motor should run again roughly five minutes or so then shut down. Times may vary as to your settings.

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Furnace runs for about 1-2 min to heat when time for fan stage.. shuts down


the fan may need replacing it may be faulty, but on the ither hand how long since furnace serviced it may be over temping before fan kicks in which means needs the air flow looking at! air flow on a majority of heaters is important if you don't have enough the heater will high temp and shut down, but it sounds if it may be the fan itself if the heaters turning off before fan starts it could be because of a faulty sensor or fan motor ceased and not spinning causing it to trip so firstly look at fan and see if you can see why its faulting if it is also i would check your airflow makes sure that clean enough to get good air flow and if ducted heating check the return air to unit and if has filter take out and try running there could be a lot of reasons for this but usually its air flow or fan if you are not electrically minded i would seek a qualified repair agent for furnace

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Computer Beeps When Windows is Loading


First, you should be sure that the cooling fans are working properly. Especially the one that is on or directed to the processor. You'll need to open the system up to check this. Turn on the system and make sure all the fans are spinning fast. Now, check for lots of dust or dirt on the fans and processor heat sink. Most likely, the inside of your tower needs to be cleaned. If there is too much dust and dirt in the fans and on the processor heat sink, it can't cool itself and the system shuts down to prevent damage to the processsor once it gets to a certain tempature. I have seen this often. You will need to use a can of air on the fans and processor heat sink. There will be a lot of dust and dirt that will come flying up....which is good Then use a vacuum and a soft bristle attachment to get out the remaining dust. Put the system back together and you should be good.

Your manual should show you how to take the cover off your PC to access the motherboard.

I hope this helps you.

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Won't Start


This happened to my to my HP Media center Edition PC. I'd have to unplug the power from the outlet, let it stop flashing and the power up again. It would run for a short time and then shut off with the annoying amber / blue flashing light.

I found it was a heat problem on mine - specifically, the CPU cooler. After shutting down and opening the PC, check to see 1) if the CPU fan is running smoothly and 2) if there is a lot of dust and dirt on the CPU cooling fan and heat sink (and rest of the case for that matter).

Gently clean / vacuum the insides of the case AND power supply as best you can. Carefully vac the fan blades and heat sink to clear the dirt and dust that prevents the heat from being blown away by the fans.

When complete, you might even want to take the PC outside and reverse the vacuum so that air can be blown into tight places in the case. A can og compressed air can do the job instead, too.

Reassemble and start up as normal. Good luck!

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Fan keeps on running, never shuts off


Check for the thermal grease below the heat sink, it may be exhausted..

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Computer Shuts down


Well your processor may be damaged..

dont worry may be it is not damaged so what do you do is that open the cover of your computer.... Then start it and keep the cover opened making sure that you can see the processor fan running...

See that if the processor fan is running...
then with the help of a torch see that may be the fan is being restricted or it is moving slowly.

this slowness of the fan heats up the processor and makes it shut down you PC

if the is running slowly take out the fan using the user guide of the processor and then lubricate it with motor oil.

it IT Does not work then there is a problem with your processor so please check by placeing another supportive processor and check it!

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Hp pavillion a818n


I HAD THIS PROBLEM WITH MY PC AS WELL..... I HAVE THE SAME ONE. WHEN YOU USE HIGH CPU APPLICATIONS, YOUR FAN ACCUMULATES LOTS OF DUST IN IT, WHEN THE FAN GETS BLOCKED UP, YOUR PROCESSER DOESNT COOL DOWN, TRY TAKING THE FAN OUT AND THE METAL PART, AND CLEANING IT OUT, BUT DONT TAKE OFF THE WHITE PASTE... JUST TAKE OFF THE DUST FROM THE FAN, THAT SHOULD COOL DOWN YOUR PC AND IT SHOULD STOP RUNNING AT HIGH RPM'S.. FYI... THE FAN IS ALWAYS RUNNING

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