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Old October 15th 08, 09:57 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Great holly one's i beg for your forgiveness, why i said i did not think
it was dust build up cos i could not see any untill o remove the fan.
and saw the problem a mass of dust, plus i never had this problem with
xp, vista must be a bit more memory inten. ill will listen to the
people in the know, cpu is now reading 26c at idle insted of 38c thanks
again.


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Old October 15th 08, 10:57 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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"marko111" wrote in message
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Great holly one's i beg for your forgiveness, why i said i did not think
it was dust build up cos i could not see any untill o remove the fan.
and saw the problem a mass of dust, plus i never had this problem with
xp, vista must be a bit more memory inten. ill will listen to the
people in the know, cpu is now reading 26c at idle insted of 38c thanks
again.


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It has nothing to do with Vista. It has to do more with time and the amount
of dust in the air..


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Old October 15th 08, 11:33 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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On Thu, 16 Oct 2008 03:27:53 +0530, marko111
wrote:

Great holly one's i beg for your forgiveness, why i said i did not think
it was dust build up cos i could not see any untill o remove the fan.
and saw the problem a mass of dust, plus i never had this problem with
xp, vista must be a bit more memory inten


Memory intensiveness has nothing to do with dust accumulation, you
bozo.

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Old October 16th 08, 09:22 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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i did not say it vista had anything to do with dust build up, the amount
of dust that was there did not effect xp a week ago, as soon as i
installed vista cpu kept running hot that is all


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Old October 16th 08, 12:58 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Vista is more CPU intensive then XP so an amount of dust that did not affect
XP may cause a Vista CPU to overheat especially even if you are not using
some CPU intensive windows functions in Vista that you did not use in XP.
"marko111" wrote in message
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i did not say it vista had anything to do with dust build up, the amount
of dust that was there did not effect xp a week ago, as soon as i
installed vista cpu kept running hot that is all


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Old October 16th 08, 03:27 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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As you have found out, simply having a a quick look doesn't always show up
the problem. It is only when you remove the fan itself that you see what has
been causing the problem all along.

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"marko111" wrote in message
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Great holly one's i beg for your forgiveness, why i said i did not think
it was dust build up cos i could not see any untill o remove the fan.
and saw the problem a mass of dust, plus i never had this problem with
xp, vista must be a bit more memory inten. ill will listen to the
people in the know, cpu is now reading 26c at idle insted of 38c thanks
again.


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