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hi my system fan is not working...i went into setup looked at the pc health and found that system fan was reading 0 cup fan is working ok but the heat reading is at 55 to 58C anyone help
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Hello there,

temperatures from 50° - 65° C are usual. Dont be afraid.

You can check if your fan is running if you hold your hand in front of the hole in your Computer-Case. There must be a (ittle) air-bup.

Greez,

Edited by Holy Marcell, 16 August 2006 - 05:23 AM.

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hi i opened the box as my comp keeps shutting down on me now and i think i have three fans the one that is on the comp caseing is not moving and is very hot to the touch so is most of thr other parts of my comp
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Please check the cabels of the fan and ckef if the fan is clean of dust.

Use a Hoover to clean it and be sure that you touch the fan, that it does not get too fast. this could destroy the bearing and the fan gets louder.

Greez,
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you could download speed fan but it may not help you i dont think using a hoover is such a good idea you should get a duster buster it can blow all the dust out of your computer but hold your fans lightly with your finger and make sure your computer is completely un plugged from wall or power bar before you make any attempt to open the casing


if that fails look into getting new fans from repair shop
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