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Windows 7: CPU fan issues

17 Mar 2019   #11
Kulvin

Mauritius
 
 

Megahertz07 thanks for your help

I did the check disk /f yesterday and no errors were found or it was fix already don't know but this morning when i turn on my PC, it went fine no signal issue was fix.


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17 Mar 2019   #12
Kulvin

Mauritius
 
 

concerning the fan issue, it's probably my CPU is quite old and the CPU case is lacking fans (proper cooling system) since it has only a CPU fan in front which is not maybe providing the required air inflow.

I try to add more fans in front and at the back of my CPU to give it a proper air circulating in my CPU.

Thanks all for your help.
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17 Mar 2019   #13
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

The power supply has a fan that blows air to the outside.
If you don't have a "hot rod" computer you don't need extra fans.

Install a hardware monitor. https://openhardwaremonitor.org/file...0.8.0-beta.zip
Extract the OpenHardwareMonitor folder to C:\Program Files (x86) and run OpenHardwareMonitor.exe. Under options set to Run on windows startup.
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17 Mar 2019   #14
Kulvin

Mauritius
 
 

@Megahertz07

what does this hardware monitor works?


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17 Mar 2019   #15
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Did you noticed the 28 in red near the clock? It's the CPU temp.
Attached is my configuration file. Rename it OpenHardwareMonitor.config and replace the one on C:\Program Files (x86)\OpenHardwareMonitor folder and you will have it almost as showed in post #13. (your MB don't have fan sensors or chipset temp sensor)

OpenHardwareMonitor register the max temperatures. You must begin to worry if the CPU goes above 70C.
Above 80C something is wrong and you must take action.


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17 Mar 2019   #16
Kulvin

Mauritius
 
 

@Megahertz07

done :) did what you said - renamed and replaced. Thanks


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17 Mar 2019   #17
Kulvin

Mauritius
 
 

still trouble with the CPU fan, it is spinning fast for 1 second (like the start of an engine) then goes back to normal then spins fast for 1 second again then back to normal even i'm not using any programs
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18 Mar 2019   #18
townsbg

Windows 7 pro 64-bit sp 1
 
 

I suggest that you try prime95 to test your cpu's temps under full load. Watch the temps and shut down the program if it exceeds 70C. GIMPS - Free Prime95 software downloads - PrimeNet

Adding additional fans would be a good idea however make sure that the front ones blow in and the rear ones blow out. It's no good if they are all blowing in.
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18 Mar 2019   #19
Kulvin

Mauritius
 
 

@Megahertz07

The NO SIGNAL problem still not fix :/

I turn on my PC this morning and it started well and after using it for like 10 minutes, I got a No Signal screen and the CPU fan started to spin fast.
@townsbg thanks for recommending Prime95 and yes I'll make sure that the front fans blow in and the rear ones blow out :)
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18 Mar 2019   #20
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kulvin View Post
still trouble with the CPU fan, it is spinning fast for 1 second (like the start of an engine) then goes back to normal then spins fast for 1 second again then back to normal even i'm not using any programs
As I wrote, the fan spinning up and down is normal

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kulvin View Post
@Megahertz07

The NO SIGNAL problem still not fix :/

I turn on my PC this morning and it started well and after using it for like 10 minutes, I got a No Signal screen and the CPU fan started to spin fast.
Run chkdsk c: /f
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