Recently, I got my HP 530 Laptop's internal Fan replaced with a newer (Original) one. Now, here are the issues I am facing at the moment after this Internal Fan replacement:
a) The Internal Cooling Fan just keeps rotating at an extreme higher speed the moment I start with any basic task like playing music and surfing the internet with 2-3 tabs opened in IE Browser.
b) Since it rotates at much higher speed (I can feel the air pressure being disposed off from the left upper side ventilation by placing my fingers in front of it), I just keep hearing the Fan noise
continuously non stop which can become kind of annoying at times.
c)For once, it happened that when I shut down the laptop due to high temperature of 95 to 98 degree, and when I turn the laptop ON, it reaches the OS Boot Selection menu and than shutdowns
automatically. But this issue didn't repeat later.
d) Also, request you to kindly take a look at the below link for the screenshot of the CPU Temp being recorded at an extreme 101 degree for about few seconds before it came back down.
And when I touch the area near to the bottom air ventilation, I do feel it is hot. Not sure why, even though the internal Fan is rotating? However surprisingly, the left side ventilation area
disposing off air doesn't seem to be much hot.
e) Applications like Microsoft Word takes much time to open. Also, opening IE browser and the tabs takes much time to open then expected. Which means the system is running slowly.
And there is no sign of dust inside the laptop nor in the ventilation area as well. Everything is just clean.
So, what could be the issue exactly?
(I purchased this HP 530 Laptop in June, 2008).
The laptop is under the warranty, expires in December, 2010.