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Desktop Notifs Causing Fan to Kick On/Off

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HP Spectre x360 15t-df100
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello All, 

 

Just in the last 2 or so days, whenever I have any desktop notifications pop up on my computer, it causes the fan to kick on high for a couple seconds, then it runs on a low roar and then shuts off. And then it'll keep doing that after every desktop notification. (I use instant messaging apps like Microsoft Teams and Discord for work and it does this when the notifs pop up on screen )

 

I thought it was something to do with the speaker at first so I turned the sound off and it keeps doing it. It's coming from the bottom right side of the computer. 

 

Any ideas or suggestions?

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I was able to pinpoint the cause to something with the bottom right speaker. 

 

I ended up chatting with an HP technician and they found out that my computer had several updates including a BIOS update. After the BIOS update the issue is now fixed. 

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I was able to pinpoint the cause to something with the bottom right speaker. 

 

I ended up chatting with an HP technician and they found out that my computer had several updates including a BIOS update. After the BIOS update the issue is now fixed. 

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