Laptop starts with fan sound and turns off afterwards

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i got a problem with my laptop that my laptop starts with fan sound then suddenly it turns off.I am out of warranty so please if someone would help me?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #127494

Laptop starts with fan sound and turns off afterwards

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I read your question and I can know by the look of your problem that there is a solution that you can do it by yourself. You should try to lift the base of the laptop so  that you could give it some room to breathe I.e. create some airspace for the laptop so that air could circulate. You can also try using vacuum cleaner at the fan ports so that fan could be clean .You can also use mouth if vacuum cleaner is not present with you. Also, if the problem persists try removing ram and cleaning with clean and soft cloth. I hope by trying these your laptop would start working.

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Laptop starts with fan sound and turns off afterwards

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Hi there , 

You actually haven't specified anything ?

Not even the manufacture and model number of your laptop . If this is a common issue regarding some model numberr we will know and we could suggest you SPECIFICALLY.

In general : – 

I think the problem caused is because of the dirt build up in the RAM slot which turns on the PC and does not detects the RAM and then shuts it down ,

Is there any beep sound you can hear ???
If yes , then if its long beep processor failure or if its short beep RAM failure. 

Just try opening your case and then removing your RAM , clean the slot and the RAM with a dry cloth and then put it back.

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Laptop starts with fan sound and turns off afterwards

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Computer would normally start and have the fans turn at full speed then later on the fan would be controller by the motherboard or the fan controller and set it to a speed that would be relative to the current temperature of the computer. If the computer overheats though that is a different story as the heat sink and fan assembly may be failing or it may just need to have new thermal compound added. Try to clean the vents of the fan as well to allow more air to be released and allow lower temperatures in the computer system.

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