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Re: cpu overheating

In my BIOS the option is called Q-Fancontrol.

Am Mittwoch 04 April 2007 21:04 schrieb Andrew Sharp:
> On Wed, Apr 04, 2007 at 08:39:25PM +0300, Constantine Kousoulos wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > When i do a cold start, the cpu fan barely spins. The result is that in
> > a few minutes the cpu overheats and the system automatically shuts down.
> > When i immediately turn it on again, the system detects the cpu's high
> > temperature and begins spinning at higher speeds for the rest of the
> > time. In both cases, the cpu fan never icreases or decreases it's speed,
> > it just continues spinning at a constant speed since the system's
> > startup.
> >
> > I have a debian-amd64 notebook, with a turion64 processor. The above
> > mentioned behavior remains no matter what kernel i use.
> Perhaps there is a BIOS option to enable/disable dynamic fan speed
> control.  Sounds like it's enabled and not working too well.  Disabling
> it shouldn't interfere with user/kernel software that tries to control
> it later.
> Cheers,
> a

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