11-07-2019 08:19 AM
I keep getting a cooling fan 90B error. I have removed all the dust inside my case and on the cooling fan. I have updated the BIOS and I still get the error and my CPU fan will still run but stops approx. every 5 minutes and roars really loud when starting. I am getting desperate in trying to find the replacement fan. I can find fans for all models except my p030. I cannot get answers about any compatible parts. Any suggestions about finding a replacement part? Thanks John
11-07-2019 08:31 AM
The fan is included as part of the heatsink which HP does not sell.
I googled the part number for the heatsink and got this hit...
I assume you can just unscrew the fan from the heatsink and use the new fan.
Feel free to do your own search and see if you can find the part for less money.
11-07-2019 09:08 AM
Paul is correct. The actual fan is a PWM 4 pin generic fan. Here is how to measure the fan. Typical sizes are 80, or 92mm. If you look down through any of the 4 corner holes on the fan, you will see the screw head. If your fan is an 80mm, I would suggest the Noctua NF-A8 PWM;
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