Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #14954, comment 4


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Mar 14, 2019, 5:45:11 PM (8 months ago)
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  • Ticket #14954, comment 4

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    55Usually, once you boot the computer you'll hear the laptop's fans kickstart in high mode and then go into a low-power mode after the BIOS 'splash' screen. During Haiku's splash screen process and desktop appearance, you should not hear the fans immediately going into high-mode at all. You'll hear them randomly kick on for about a 30 second period - but anything longer 'might' be a sign of a slight hardware cooling issue.
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     7NOTE: Check and document 'Threads and CPU usage' and 'Memory Usage' once the Haiku desktop initializes after bootup/restart.
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    79Suggestion: You'll want to professionally service and clean your laptop with good cooling testing for both the motherboard and battery component(s). Beforehand, check the 30-60 second cooling ability of your laptop in Linux under normal/heavy loads. BIOS updates help, but cleaning old laptops usually fixes most issues.