My laptop's fan is making a loud grinding sound. What does that usually indicate?
I'm surprised this laptop has survived thirty-one months so far, probably on around 70% of that time. It was on a recall list for a faulty motherboard which is prone to overheating, which is the most likely cause of the failure of the wireless card thirteen months ago.
9th September 2007
Usually means that it's dying, or there's something blocking the fans from turning.
"I'd shush her zephyr." ~ Zephyr.
The cooler on my graphic card did the same thing before it finally died.
I hope it doesn't die. My desktop doesn't have an Internet connection.
Feel me. Do I feel pretty?
15th September 2004
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1. Take it out 2. Power it up 3. Portable fan 4. ??? 5. PROFIT!
Killer Kyle;5244776[SIZE="1"][COLOR="SeaGreen"]Lube and perverted tactics don't solve all problems, tri.[/COLOR][/SIZE][/QUOTE] But they are fun. =pBillz1282;52447771. Take it outYes please! :naughty: [QUOTE=Billz1282;5244777]5. PROFIT!
Sounds more like a distant (But very loud) weed wacker. I think it's time to turn if off. :(
But I thought you like it when your weed gets wacked. :naughty: