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Fan problem help!

My graphics card in my laptop (MSI gt70 0ND) is broken and unfixable (Crashes with BSOD TDR Failure nvlddmkm.sys) but that's not the problem.


I have inactivated the graphics card and now using Intel HD graphics 4000 however it has got worse.


The broken graphics card is now crashing even when its inactivated causing the fan speed to go to 100% at idle 10 seconds after boot.


Is there a way i can make the embedded controller to ignore the graphics card? Or just fix the fan problem some other way?


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Usually the graphics card's driver would control the fan speed, but because the graphics card is obviously dead the driver isn't working anymore and the fan will just spin at full speed.
I don't think there is anything you can do other than removing the fan or the graphics card entirely.

But don't quote me on that. I might be totally wrong and get spamed in a few seconds with messages of how stupid I am.  :lol:

 

 

 

 

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Usually the graphics card's driver would control the fan speed, but because the graphics card is obviously dead the driver isn't working anymore and the fan will just spin at full speed.

I don't think there is anything you can do other than removing the fan or the graphics card entirely.

But don't quote me on that. I might be totally wrong and get spamed in a few seconds with messages of how stupid I am. :lol:

Removing the card does not fix the problem and the gpu and cpu share the same fan so i cant remove that am i screwed? (Dont want to buy a new card becuese im saving money)
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Can't that laptops GPU be upgraded/replaced, if so you might be able to just take it out?

Ive asked msi and 2 computer support companys however seems like they cant sell me one for some reason...

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