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Laptop Problem: Weird Sound coming from laptop

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Okay first things first, I'm really sorry if I am breaking some forum rule here, and the fact that I have no idea where to put this situation category-wise. My laptop, a HP Pavalion 15-p213cl, which I believe I have had for a year or two now(I do not exactly remember...) is making some weird noise. Kind of like its vibrating. From some google searches... The problem may be because of the fan. Every time I try openin the laptop, the noise appears and it gets worse over time.

Anyways I never had this kind of problem and since I'm not a tech guy... I am afraid to take this situation on based on some YouTube videos.

Thanks.
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Hello,@Laptopboy

 

Welcome to the HP Support Forums!  It is a great place to find the help you need, from other users, HP experts, and other support personnel.

 

I understand that you have weird noise from the PC. Did I get it right?

 

Seems like a CPU Fan issue. However, I need information to understand the issue correctly and works towards finding a more appropriate solution.

  • Does the PC indicate any error on Fan?
  • Does the laptop overheat and shutdown?
  • Does the laptop take a long time to startup or shutdown?

Let me know for more. I will be happy to help.

 

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HI sorry for this late reply, it's a difficulty to get online these past few days. Anyways, you've got it right, it making weird sound. When I try to restart the laptop, it takes for ever but I can't say I wait it out. I have seen some people say that if the laptop is kept on for a while while its having this situation, the inner parts may be fried. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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Hi@Laptopboy,

 

Thanks for the reply.

 

The confirmation you have shared, helps me conclude that the PC has issues with the CPU fan.

It causes a lot of heat when malfunctioning.

I recommend you to have it changed in order to prevent any further damages to other internal components.

 

You may reach HP Phone support using the link below.

 

http://support.hp.com/us-en/contact-hp

 

Hope the information shared will help you fix the issue. Please share for more.

 

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