Fan switch on permanently
anto.trande at gmail.com
Sun Mar 25 10:48:57 UTC 2012
There are no particular and avid processes. This problem, once which
manifesting itself, exists indipendently also with other OS.
I can understand that is very difficult to find a resolution or its cause,
but is very strange. In any moment the fan is out of control and works
indipendently of the temperature. *Until to the Bios formatting. *
Can, for example, a kernel under testing affect the bios directly ?
2012/3/24 Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net>
> Am 24.03.2012 13:42, schrieb Antonio Trande:
> > Hello.
> > With my Acer Aspire 6930G happen that after an indefinite time, the fan
> starts to work permanently regardless of
> > temperature.
> > In this moment, according to nvclock  the GPU temp is 43°C and the
> fan is on; strangely because it starts to
> > work over 47°C all along.
> > If i format the BIOS, the fan goes back to work only over 47°C.
> > Infos: 
> > I don't know if this issue depends on Fedora, but i wish understand its
> > Had someone a similar experience o an idea of what is it ?
> there can be no generally answer
> yum install htop
> look what prcoesses are running if this starts with high load
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