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My computer freezes up, fan sometimes runs very loudly

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by kirbycc, May 23, 2010.

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  1. kirbycc

    kirbycc Thread Starter

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    Hello. I recently posted on www.techsupportforums.com. I'm awaiting a reply from someone there.

    - My computer freezes randomly and I sometimes cannot get it too full boot up. The fan comes on and is very, very loud. the computer start-up does not respond. I get the message "Windows cannot start successfully - seconds until Windows starts". I can use the system but it's very difficult to boot up and I do not know when it'll freeze.

    Thank you,
    kirbycc

    EDIT: link to my post on TSF: http://www.techsupportforum.com/mic...y-freezes-fan-sometimes-runs-very-loudly.html
     
  2. maceman

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    Hello Kirbycc,

    Does the fan sound normal or is there something extra?
    You seem to have few replies on TechSupport, but I would start with cleaning/dusting.
    Heat can explain all your problem and often the reason is the dust. It is also possible that there is something wrong with your fan too...
     
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