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Eclair

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I didn't know where to post this, Im new sorry.
Anyway.

I have an asus desktop pc. I've had it for 2 years but now Im getting a notification from AI Probe saying the temperature is abnormal. What should I do?
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tholley

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You might have a fan out or possibly need to update the bios.
If you are comfortable opening the case, do that and turn the computer on and see if the cpu fan comes on, of if any other fan is out.
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diabillic

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Grab HWMonitor from my signature and post a screenshot of it open to your next post.
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coolguyace

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do you hear the fan actually running?

also if you chat a lot i heard that heats it up.
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sari

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coolguyace,

Chat is not going to cause your computer to heat up. How about only posting if you have useful information?
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