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Can anyone help me with this issue.. Always showing when I power on my

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Best Answer 123Runner , 13 January 2022 - 07:17 AM

As Phillpower2 stated the CPU fan is failing. The fan cools the CPU. If it gets to hot it will damage the notebook and its components. You all ready indicated that the notebook is shutting down whi... Go to the full post »


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vinay9099

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Hi Floks,

 

Please solve this issue, I can't solve it. I don't what kind of issue it is.

 

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The cooling fan for the CPU is faulty which means that it is at risk of frying.

 

If you don`t understand what that message means you need to get the computer looked at by a local tech.


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So, the issue with the fan, I need to change or what else?


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As per my reply #2;

 

If you don`t understand what that message means you need to get the computer looked at by a local tech.

 

 

You have told us us absolute zero about the computer so we don`t even know if it is a desktop or a notebook, if a desktop and the CPU fan needs changing, there are guides online to help a novice to do the job and it is a relatively low cost job to do, if a notebook, whole different ball game, expensive and not something that a novice should undertake.


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I use laptop not notebook. 8gb ram and 4 gb graphic card. still can't render a video fast. it keeps to shut down always while rendering.


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I use laptop not notebook

 

 

They are the exact same thing, many of us don`t call them laptops as that implies that it is safe to use them resting on your lap which is not the case, it causes overheating and people have actually burned themselves off the heat from the fan.

 

Being a notebook and your lack of experience with the issue I strongly recommend that you ask around to see if anyone you know is able to do the job for you, if not, a local tech it needs to be.


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As Phillpower2 stated the CPU fan is failing. The fan cools the CPU. If it gets to hot it will damage the notebook and its components. You all ready indicated that the notebook is shutting down while rendering.

You need to get this resolved sooner than later or the repair will get real expensive real quick.


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Not heard back from you vinay9099, do you still require assistance or is the issue now resolved, an update would be appreciated.


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No answer was a firm reply so going to go ahead and mark the thread as being solved.


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