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HP Pavilion All-in-One - 24-b037c (Touch)
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I own a HP Pavilion: This morning I commanded my computer to reboot as I do every Sunday, but this morning during bootup it started to make a loud screeching noise, so I   immediately disconnected the power. I then disconnected all elements and USB items and internet lines. Waited a few minutes before trying to restart.

After a few minutes I powered on the system again and the loud screeching sound came back. I shut it down and unplugged.

I waited a few hours and tried again: This time it booted up. Why.

 

I think I have a heating problem. I have always left my computer on 24/7. I think my processor is overheating.

Need recommendations on what to-do. Do I need to start looking into a new computer. Is this a warning sign?

 

Please help.

 

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Try an air duster.  The picture of your motherboard shows the CPU is adjacent to the memory sticks. Get access to the memory area and direct the air steam into the CPU area

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HP Recommended

Try an air duster.  The picture of your motherboard shows the CPU is adjacent to the memory sticks. Get access to the memory area and direct the air steam into the CPU area

BeemerBiker_0-1666536180748.png

 

 


I am a retired Principal Analyst, and a community volunteer.
If you find this post useful click the YES button
If I helped solve your problem please mark this as a solution.

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Good Day to you: I managed to remove the back off of the computer and cleaned the best I could.  This does not look like my mother board, you suggestion to clean helped. I know I have a overheating problem. I am going to shut down each night. Now. Maybe I can get some more time before I have to buy a new one.

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