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N200: My fan is working all the time!

2009-04-05, 13:38 PM

Hello everybody I have a lenovo 3000 N200 and the problem is my fan working all time without running any programs ,,And when I go to windows task manager the CPU usage is always 70-80% ,,Any ideas for this kind of problems.

 

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Re: N200: My fan is working all the time!

2009-04-05, 15:33 PM

Your fan is running all the time, because your CPU usage is high, due to background processes that is running. Fan speed usually directly links to the CPU usage.

 

What do you have running in the background?? Could a virus or something. 

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Jin Li

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Re: N200: My fan is working all the time!

2009-04-05, 21:00 PM
Thanks for reply ,,I have removed the background and the desktop icons and still the same problem...dont know what to do this wil lead to CPU failure.
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Re: N200: My fan is working all the time!

2009-04-06, 1:35 AM
maybe it is time you have a reformat of your harddrive and restore everything to the factory setting. Create yourself a set of recovery media, and use it to restore your hdd. 
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