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Faheem17
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CPU Fan status : is not supported

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OMEN by HP - 15-ce030tx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello,

I am using " OMEN by HP - 15-ce030tx " model laptop. Recently, my laptop is being overheated while  start gaming. After that I check the Hp UEFI diagnosis to check my cpu fan status . Unfortunately, It is showing only one fan and the status is  "not supported" . Please help me to solve this issue.  Also, it would be very helpful if you suggest me a way to control my fan speed.

ps: few days back I cleaned my laptop. 

 

Thank you.

 

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Fan speed is controlled by the BIOS and the power management software and it is not user adjustable with any HP app. There are third party apps like speedfan (just google it) which will read the fan speed and on some chipsets can actually adjust fan speed but adjustment tends not to be available on many laptop motherboards. Still a nice little app to have I always install it on my laptops. 

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Thank you for the software suggestion . However,  I've used it but could not find the fan speed. I've attached some screen shots. 

 

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Your temps are fine so something is cooling right. Some chipsets do not interact with speedfan to report fan speed. It sees two fans but can't read the data to give the fan speed. I get the same thing on my Thinkpad. 

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