Question about Dell XPS 200 PC Desktop
I don't really have an answer but I have the same computer same problem but I tried blowing the top part of the computer and it went away and then it sounded like a fan was blowing air and it was doing it super hard to then it would just make that loud noise. After about a week it came back but this time when I blow in it. It still doesn't go away. I Aldo tried restarting and rebooting my computer but that made it worse so I'm not really sure what to do. So I need help to ??
Posted on Mar 07, 2017
If it is the fan, I would go behind the computer and find the fan. Close you eyes, and blow on the debris. The noise could be the fan that is jammed up.
If this isn't the issue, wait for another answer or take it to a computer shop.
(PS: I wouldn't try Dell's service, it is well known to be terrible!)
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Posted on May 29, 2011
Good day. What you can do too resolve this issue is to clean your fan from dust.. Usually the fan sucks in dirt while keeping your system cool, overtime this dust clogs your fan causing a loud noise. You can also check your hard drive because defective or hard drives that have problem causes scratching noise as well. Hope this information help you a bit. Have a great day.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Could you describe the noise?
It may be a noisy fan motor or a failing magnetron or high-voltage transformer.
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