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HP 22-df0001na Full-HD All-in-One Pentium

Hi - I purchased the HP 22-df0001na Full-HD All-in-One Pentium and believe it is giving me headaches. It makes a constant whirring noise when on - I'm not sure if that is to blame. The front of my head begins to ache. Has anyone experienced something similar? I haven't had such a reaction to laptops or PCs hitherto. 

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@Nili1987 Welcome to HP Community!

 

I understand that you are getting whirring noise from the All in one.

 

I have a few recommendations: 

  • A computer contains several fans to keep it cool. When a computer is first turned on, the fans normally spin at high speed and create some noise. After 5 to 20 seconds, however, the fan noise stops. 

  • Fans that continue to spin at high speed or make strange noises might indicate a problem. If the fan is still noisy after 20 seconds or if a fan suddenly starts making unusual noises, use the following steps to troubleshoot problems. 

For more details: Click here (win7) - Although the same steps would apply to windows 8 & 10 – later. 

 

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