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Windows 7: Fan problem

16 Oct 2010   #1

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Fan problem

my laptop is COMPAQ CQ62.
before 7 days my fan was working nice.
but since 3 days it stops.
then i blow some air in the fan than it start but speed was very slow.
now it was running very slow.
how can i correct this problem.
and now my core temp is increasing very fast.
and my lap is also become very slow.
it uses all my 4 cores of i5 100%.

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16 Oct 2010   #2

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Can you gain access to the fan it's self? If so then I would clean it with a lightly moist q-tip on all of it's blades and surround then allow to dry and again clean with light air on the fan and around the cooler. Clean the inside plastic with a dry tooth brush and air and re-assemble. If the same problem happens then you can attempt to re-oil the bearing but I don't hold much hope of access to the bearing unless you can pull off the bearings cover remember less is more and really at that point it would be best to investigate the cost and availability of a new fan if available. Good luck and don't get over your head !
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16 Oct 2010   #3


You have a software or driver conflict. type ctrl+shift+esc to open task manager, click show processes for all users then scroll down to find out what's using all of your cpu time and post a screenshot of the results
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