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when i start my system fan spin and off with in second ...need help

system off in a second ...

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arya777

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did all things which i know and what ever on net and this blog suggestions but no use happing same issue ...my friend told me may smp fan ..i replaced with new but no use and some said ram replaced but no use..
i thought motherboard is problem but i brought new mob stil same issue ...
new mob is zebranics zeb 945 socket 775 and pentium@ D processor and ddr 2 two ram and 540 gb hard disk ... need help .. thx in advance

Edited by arya777, 05 November 2015 - 12:16 PM.

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It only takes moments for many improperly cooled CPUs to start getting hot enough to actually melt themselves. That's why the automatic shutdown feature is built in ... to keep it from potentially setting your house on fire. To resolve this type of problem usually only requires a properly installed CPU heatsink and fan.


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It only takes moments for many improperly cooled CPUs to start getting hot enough to actually melt themselves. That's why the automatic shutdown feature is built in ... to keep it from potentially setting your house on fire. To resolve this type of problem usually only requires a properly installed CPU heatsink and fan.

It only takes moments for many improperly cooled CPUs to start getting hot enough to actually melt themselves. That's why the automatic shutdown feature is built in ... to keep it from potentially setting your house on fire. To resolve this type of problem usually only requires a properly installed CPU heatsink and fan.




should i change processor fan??
how to find out processor defected or not installed properly??
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Recommend taking it a reputable computer repair dealer in your area.


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