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Socket processor Fan -p2

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I, have an pentium 2 system, recently ihad a problem with it , that is , the processor of socket type fan, is not getting power, it just rotates for half a second, when the power swicth is pressed on, so i removed the processor fan and i'm not able to fix it . Will u people, please help me fix it by ur vaulable advices and for also the power problem for the fan.



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As I see your system is a bit old so the fan may be broken. try to replace it with a new one. Those fans are very cheap today.
Do not use your computer without the processor fan.
I am sure your problem will be solved!

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Posted on Nov 01, 2007

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