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Old 23rd July 2017, 11:55 AM
Narkomax Offline
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Problem with cooler

Recently I have installed new Fedora 26 on my Laptop DELL Inspiron 5558
Everything is working fine. But when i use wine and play hearthtone or some other games and when i close game window my cooler works and works. When he blows cold he turns on. Turns for some reason do not automatically fall off after cooling. It helps only reboot the laptop and then it works quietly. sorry for my eng
Pls help
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Old 1st August 2017, 09:13 PM
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Re: Problem with cooler

If you play a game for a long time the laptop could be overheated so the fan would stay on until it's below a certain temperature. You could adjust the speed in your BIOS or install third-party software if you really want to change it..

You can also buy a cooling pad which should should help, such as this

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