Asus X550J Fan started working at full speed all of a sudden

istemi

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Hi;
Like it says in topic fan started working at full speed all of a sudden. My CPU is in almost idle there is nothing running but today when I turned my pc on my fan started working at full speed, didnt even speed up it started at full speed. It keeps working like that for a long time now almost 30 minutes, it sometimes stops suddenly without slowing down, after a few seconds it starts at full speed again. I tryed restarting Windows ( 7 64 bit ) it was working at full speed when I clicked restart and it keept working like that even after I saw the Windows starting screeen. The air coming out of pc is very cold, and pc is colder than usual and it is new so I know it is clean. Any suggestions?
Thanx.
 

zer0c00l587

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1. Depending age and where its used, it could be dust problems.
2. If does only within windows and not within bios then it might be a serious virus problem, malwarebytes antimalware scan should be run.
3. If occurs even within the bios, possibly the bios needs updating and all other necessary drivers.
 

zer0c00l587

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1. Depending age and where its used, it could be dust problems.
2. If does only within windows and not within bios then it might be a serious virus problem, malwarebytes antimalware scan should be run.
3. If occurs even within the bios, possibly the bios needs updating and all other necessary drivers.
 

istemi

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1. Laptop is 3 months old, I am infront of a pc since 1996 so trust me when I say it is clean.
2." I tryed restarting Windows ( 7 64 bit ) it was working at full speed when I clicked restart and it keept working like that even after I saw the Windows starting screeen."
3.Checked, it is latest version.
 

istemi

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Electricity went out and came back. Fixed the problem... Wierd. Probably taking out the battery and pluging out the power cord would have worked.
 

zer0c00l587

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Well that was interesting, i will remember this, glad it worked out.

 
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