It is a Dell Dimension 9200. Baggins24 Laptop Support 4 09-12-2011 04:07 PM What fan is this?/Where can I buy a new one? tarodar Motherboards, Bios & CPU 1 10-19-2012 05:21 PM Asus UX31E fan problems My Asus UX31E is driving me mad. Edit: I'm using nMonitor to look at my fan speeds (probably not the most reliable source) and is this right? weblink
If i ask it's because i don't want to spend on a PS if the problem is only the fan or vice versa.I bought the PC in 2004 and it worked Get an air-duster first and blow out any rubbish that may have accumulated inside the fans and at the same time you can clean out the rest of the internals the After talking to a computer repair center that recommended I replace the whole board (?!?!?!?), I decided to... I will try that out, but seems like a strange restriction. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1824822/rear-case-fan-spinning.html
SB6190 is a terrible modem - Intel Puma 6 / MaxLinear mistake [Cox] by xymox1366. When I saw "rear fan failure", I assumed the back portion of the case. 01-21-2014, 12:55 AM #10 Fjandr Moderator - Design Team - Networking Team Join Replace the fan back to the computer. Case Fan Doesn't Spin The problem was right in front of me--literally: I did not plug in a cable that powered the front bottom fan.
Take note of what happens to sleave at high temps (above 45c). Computer Fan Not Spinning Properly After hearing a periodic whirring/buzzing noise from my tower, I opened it up and discovered it was coming from a little fan underneath the circuit board that connects to my monitor. GPU: 45-70 (with fan at 95%, 45 being the lowest at idle and 70 at the highest I've seen so far at load with the fan at 95. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2333554/case-fan-spinning.html Re: Rear fan not spinning after wake from sleep, new Intel H87 system DeathStar Jul 23, 2013 12:58 PM (in response to sylvia_intel) Thank you.
I clean my PC every month so dust accumulation ain't the problem otherwise i would have known it .I will go buy a new fan tomorrow and see if hopefully it's Fan Not Spinning Ac Unit Outside Is the case fan connected to the motherboard or PSU? __________________ 06-16-2011, 07:45 PM #3 Solar12 Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2011 Posts: 29 OS: XP Wow, fast Could be that your PSU is underpowered for your system, hence the overheating. within the Motherboards, Bios & CPU forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category.
Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now! It should Spin Easily, and not be hard to turn...If it's Binding up, then the Fan is definitely shot. -Tursiops_G. · actions · 2008-Jan-20 6:51 pm · signmeuptoo94Bless you HowiePremium Memberjoin:2001-11-22NanoParticle
Password Site Map Posting Help Register Rules Today's Posts Search Site Map Home Forum Rules Members List Contact Us Community Links Pictures & Albums Members List Search Forums Show Threads Browse more how to's How to Repair Computer Fan How to Repair and Retrieve Files Using the Recovery Console How to Replace a Laptop Keyboard How to Replace a Laptop Screen How many pins are on the rear fan connector, and are any of the wires disconnected from the connector or otherwise damaged? __________________ 01-15-2014, 07:21 AM #7 Tyree Emeritus Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 14. Case Fan Spins Then Stops
S'OK, but based on what you initially posted, as to it turning, but very slowly than stopping? I have one front/"inlet" fan hooked up to the front fan header, and one rear/exhaust/"outlet" fan hooked up to the rear fan header. Then a few days ago I noticed it stopped working. http://clearduplicatefiles.com/fan-not/computer-processor-fan-not-working.html Also, if I put the system asleep a second time and wake it again, the top fan doesn't move at all, not even briefly.
My side fan is still working. Speedfan Get an air-duster first and blow out any rubbish that may have accumulated inside the fans and at the same time you can clean out the rest of the internals the Re: Rear fan not spinning after wake from sleep, new Intel H87 system DeathStar Jul 22, 2013 1:56 PM (in response to chucknelson) I have exactly the same issue (same Noctua
Again, changing one fan changes all the fans!!!!! Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 8. Did you recently make any changes in the BIOS? Speedfan Download Besides, if this was a psu issue, you likely would have much more severe problems with your computer than a balky fan!This is just so typical a "fan thing" that I
Sleave fans are great performing and quiet fans in instances where high temperature is not a factor. Post temps and voltages from there under hardware monitor or health status. I'm reluctant to replace the fan due to the funky wiring on my rig (bought it from CyberPower). http://clearduplicatefiles.com/fan-not/computer-power-supply-fan-not-working.html I'd recommend at least a good quality 650w Seasonic-made (XFX/Corsair/Seasonic) PSU for the 9800gt. __________________ A+ Certified Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « computer shut down and restart
And remain off.Here's what I've done so far. Dell usually cripples the BIOS so there aren't alot of changes that can be made. Why? Update5: Replaced the board for another one.
Just buy another. What makes a person with Alzheimer's/Dementia do this? [OpenForum] by battleop207. portable power ... Test again.
http://www.intel.com/support/siu_la.htm?wapkw=%28siu%29 That will generate an 8 digits code called Report Reference ID. Re: Rear fan not spinning after wake from sleep, new Intel H87 system DeathStar Jul 22, 2013 1:57 PM (in response to sylvia_intel) 0202 1443AA number and Serial number of the How to Repair Computer Fan Click here to run a free scan for system related errors Level of difficulty: Intermediate The computer relies on a small fan to provide air circulation, Ok, so here's the strange thing.
However, this is not ideal as now the fans always run at whatever speed you've set them at.What I want is a fan profile path where when the computer is cool You're a little bit vague in your response or maybe I am not understanding properly.