Laptop not working

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I have a HP laptop and one day I noticed that the fan was making noise. The laptop has 2 fans, so I opened up the laptop and I unplugged one of the fans and I switch them, because the primary fan was the one that was making a lot of noise. So I used a laptop for a few days for light tasks, as I know that if I run games or stuff, it would overheat the cpu. A few days later I stopped using it and I ordered a new fan. The fan had a ETA of 5 days. So 3 days later, I try turning on the laptop and it doesnt work. There are a few scenarios that happened. (All scenarios involve HP logo coming on like 3 times slower than before, and fans running at maximum speed.)
1: logo turns on and then shuts down after a bit
2:Logo turns on but goes into automatic repair and then shuts down
3: Goes to blue screen and says STOP_CODE and something about pcw.sys (now it says SYSTEM SERVICE EXCEPTION) and shuts down
4:Combination of scenarios 2 and 3.

First automatic repair and then blue screen and then shuts down. I then think that it might not work because only one fan is plugged in, so fan comes and I install it, but same thing happens. Now both fans spin at maximum speed.

There is also a error message when I turn on the laptop (after logo, but before blue screen and/or automatic repair). The error message is attached.
 

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