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11-02-2016 02:57 PM
I am running an older Pavilion, the m9250f. I am trying to keep this computer going as long as possible because I use a lot of assistive technology, and it's completely setup for me to operate.
The fans have been making some terrible noises for awhile. I tracked down a new system fan and had it installed, but that didn't fix the noise. It must be the processor fan. I haven't been able to locate one of those online.
So my question: how can I find the part number for the processor fan inside my Pavilion m9250f?
Many thanks in advance.
11-04-2016 03:33 PM
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Cooling Fan issue. Is that right?
Thank you for sharing the issue details. I would like to help you.
After an intense search, I couldn’t find the right part number for the fan, However the processor fan I integrated to the motherboard, to which you will have to replace the entire mother board to get rid of the noise.
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11-04-2016 04:18 PM
The actual replacement fan for the CPU can be found here. It is not an intense search, it's logic.
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