Sometimes while watching movies or browsing internet my XPS M1330 produces a large processing sound, like a large sound of processing like fan sound and then stop its sound as normal one vice versa. Please give me a solution. Is this a hardware problem. When shutdown the system for a while and started it works as normal.
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Re: XPS M1330 processing sound indifferent
It is most likely your fan kicking in because the temperature is rising within the computer. Try opening the case and cleaning out the dust. Dust can cause the cooling fans and heat syncs to not operate properly. It might also be a good idea to remove the fan off of the heat sync that is over the processor and remove the dust build up.
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The processor has to perform large amount of work while surfing , especially while usingvideos and animationMultiple windows/tabsnumber of browserwhich in turn produces lot of heat . The heat produced is managed by the interneal heat sink and inbuilt cooling fans.But this cooling process may get affected by the blockage in air vents due to dust.So to safeguard the laptop form overheat, it automatically shuts down. One simple try :Go to the Adobe flash properties and disable Hardware acceleration for online content. That ought to stop the system from rebooting or crashing.
Else...Its better to call a technician when it shuts down often.....