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Speed reduced suddenly

My machine started slowing down suddenly,fan speed varrying

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Try to check the fan first. Oftentimes, the speed variation is a manifestation that the fan has accumulated to much dust. Clean it. If the problem persist try replacing it. The lack of proper ventilation inside the machine could hamper its normal routine thus slowing down the system.

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