Packard bell imedia x2415 desktop

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:38 26 Apr 2014

Could be heat

Check the fan starts

Clean out the cpu fan, lift it off the heatsink and clean between fan and heatsink.

Clean all the slots on the heatsink and scrape any dirt off the fan blades.

You could replace the heat transfer paste/ pad between heat sink and CPU at the same time if you wish.

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