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Assume you are referring to a laptop and not a PC?
If it is a laptop, and the fan keeps coming on regularly, it is a sign that the laptop is getting hot. This is usually caused by dust build up in the cooling matrix or around the fan blades and will necessitate it being partially stripped to clean it out, post the laptop model and I'll guide you through this.
If the laptop is cool underneath, then the fan bearing may be going and you might need to replace the heatsink and fan assembly (unlikely)
If it is a PC, then it could be the CPU fan or the PSU fan. If the former, the heatsink and fan assembly will need replacing as the bearing is on its way out, if the noise is coming from the PSU, then you may also need to replace the unit for similar reasons
Posted on May 29, 2011
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