Question about HP Pavilion A520n (DW233A#ABA) PC Desktop
On motherboard. Please, make sure all fans are connected into motherboard.
Some fans can't plug in into the board at all. So, you can ignore those fans.
When you go to Bios to check thermal condition, if a fan is not plug in, you can see 0 degree. 0 degree dosen't cause the shutdown problem. (That's why you can ignore)
Then check which fans are causing problem, first. (If you did and found the problem, go next.)
Replace fans AND clean those dust!
If the problem remains, then replace its case to steel one.
Well, usually a lifetime of CPU fan is pretty longer than others.
Just in case, one more thing, if the thermal condition is OK, then the shutdown problem is caused by something ales!
Posted on May 27, 2011
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