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11-14-2021 02:28 PM - edited 11-14-2021 02:29 PM
when I put a little bit of stress on the computer you can watch and audibly hear the singular front fan speeding up then slowing down very quickly making a little "woo.. "woo.. "woo.." sound. Its a new computer and I didn't do anything to the internals or download any software that can affect the fans. after cooling off it doesn't make the sound anymore and the fan acts like normal.
Thanks for reading!
11-17-2021 05:38 AM
Welcome to the HP Support Community!
As I understand you want to control fan speed,
No worries, as I'll be glad to help you, that said, I'll need a few more details to dissect your concern & provide an accurate solution:
Did you know that the fan is system managed and cannot be changed manually?
Does the computer shut down due to overheating?
Have you recently made any changes to the computer before the issue started?
Have you tried to update the drivers and the Bios?
If you didn't, I'm afraid that's how the HP device is designed, making changes to fan speed may cause overclocking or over-throttling causing hardware malfunctions within the device and hence is not recommended or supported by HP.
If your device is overheating, please remember the below information:
NOTE: Generally, when temperatures inside the case rise above 35 degrees Celsius (95 degrees Fahrenheit), the risk of damaging important internal components increases greatly.
Also, to avoid CPU damage, we do not recommend throttling or overclocking the CPU, I recommend you refrain from using high-performance games on this laptop as it's not built for the same.
I would suggest you refer to the support documents as this will help you in resolving the issue.
Let's start off by updating the Bios, Chipset, and graphics card drivers on your PC from our HP support website, using this link.
Also, download and install HP support assistant on your PC. It should automatically download and install the latest updates and drivers for your PC.
Refer to this link to know how to use HP support assistant.
Updating your Notebook computer BIOS
Keeping notebook air vents clear and clean
Increasing the efficiency of the notebook to reduce heat
Using Windows Task Manager to identify corrupt processes
Selecting power save settings to shut off your computer when it is not in use
The best way to do that is by using the HP Guided Troubleshooter:
Click here to access it (simply select your description of the issue from the bottom of the screen to gain access to the next set of steps that should resolve your concern).
Hope this helps! Keep me posted.
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