CPU very noisy

October 6, 2006 at 08:26:32
Specs: windows XP, celeron 2.66, 256 MB

hello. why is it that when i turn my computer on, there is a noise in my CPU. my CPU is very noisy when i start my computer. anyone can help me fix this problem?


loren grace


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#1
October 6, 2006 at 08:37:54

How can CPU be making noise? Do you meant fans in CPU? Power Supply Fan? Video Card Fan? Exhaust/Intake Fan? Also for 256mb RAM and in windows xp, you going to experience lots of disk swapping so the hard drive will make more noise than ones with 512mb RAM+. I don't know what kind of noise you are refering to, so you need to be more specific here...

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#2
October 6, 2006 at 14:53:11

Sounds like one of the many fans cooling the PC has gone batty. :P

Just use a pencil to stop each fan (though for no more than 2 seconds at a time) until you figure out which fan's the culprit for all the noise.

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#3
October 6, 2006 at 22:42:23

"Just use a pencil to stop each fan (though for no more than 2 seconds at a time) until you figure out which fan's the culprit for all the noise."

Best idea ever to use pencil to stop the fan.

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#4
October 6, 2006 at 23:34:36

I would not try and stop any fan with a pencil or whatever. You can easily burn the fan (its windings, rather).

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#5
October 7, 2006 at 01:07:51

"I would not try and stop any fan with a pencil or whatever. You can easily burn the fan (its windings, rather)."

No, you won't. Maybe a pencil wasn't the best idea, but you can stop a fan without hurting it. Especially for only 2 seconds.

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#6
October 7, 2006 at 03:47:48

Ok, it may not hurt to hold the fan up for 2 seconds, but stopping a fan when it is powered on will burn the wiring inside. It may take more than 2 seconds for that to happen, but it will happen if you persist.


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#7
October 10, 2006 at 11:22:27

You could at least check the case fans by unplugging them (one at a time) from the motherboard.

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