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Pavilion PC a6010n RX900AA-ABA
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Turned on the computer the fan in the back of computer speeds up sounds like a jet airplane runs like that for 30 seconds or more than it slows back down.hope someone knows a fix for me.Thanks

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Hello;

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As far as I know, there is no "fix" for this because basically, that is how some PCs work.

 

I maintain several different HP and non-HP desktops and most of them behave this same way -- fast fan speed for a few seconds after booting, then slower and quiet.

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Thanks I appreciate your help.

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My heat sink fan runs normally then occasionally speeds up then runs normally again. Then after awhile it starts all over.

Had the computer for about 2 years and this just started a few months ago.

Is the heat sink the problem or the fan?

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