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    Why my Mac is making some noise when using it?

    Lately I am hearing some weird noise in my Mac where itís like some noise from the Fan, any idea from where it is coming? Is there anyway I can fix it myself? Please give me your suggestions based on the hardware perspective as I donít feel there is any problem with my Mac OS and it works fine.

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    Divya Array
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    Re: Why my Mac is making some noise when using it?

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    every laptop have a small fan near to its processor,
    When it runs constantly, its motor gets heat-up.
    try to open all the given spaces which is down your Mac base.
    if they are blocked, then remove the dust.

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    Samuel Array
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    Re: Why my Mac is making some noise when using it?

    Dear Friend..

    The noise exactly coming from your MacBook fan.
    This happens because of many reasons:-

    1. Fans motor get heat up
    2. The Air filter hole gets blocked.
    3. There is some kind of dust comes in your MacBook.

    Solutions:- To avoid this, you can do several changes which are as follows:-

    1. Try to avoid muti-tasking works in your Mac so that the less pressure comes on processor and if the processor takes less load, then the fans also not get heat up quickly.
    2. If the problem still continues after this, put some machine oil in the fans motor.
    3. The air filter given in macBook are sometimes chocked due to which the air or the internal heat wont't come outside and that's why it also creates sound. Try to open these air filter and pass the fan air.
    4. At last, there are lots of dust comes inside the Mac in daily use, so to avoid this, try to keep all your Mac dust free time to time.

    Hope that all these suggestions works for you,
    Thank you..

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    ankit60 Array
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    Re: Why my Mac is making some noise when using it?

    Well dear this problem occurs when you run so many apps at a time because every macbook
    have a small
    fan near to its
    processor
    When it runs
    constantly and with so many applications at a time, its
    motor gets
    heat-up due to which it occurs.
    try to open all
    the given
    spaces which is
    down your Mac
    base.
    if they are
    closed, then
    remove the
    dust.i think
    your problem will be solved now.best of luck

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    luck Array
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    Re: Why my Mac is making some noise when using it?

    Hello Dear


    First of all go to the Apple Store then Buy iMic

    Plug your iMic in to your Computers USB support

    Hook up your speakers to the Sound Output Jack

    iMic actually reroutes the Computers Sound

    And Skipping the need for a Sound card

    If you have still problem .... then go to the System Preferences

    Then go to the Sound icon



    That is it


    ALL THE GOOD LUCK

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    saicharan Array
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    Re: Why my Mac is making some noise when using it?

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say...........

    1.Firstly this not your software problem it is your hardware problem.

    2.A fan will be present near to your processor.

    3.If you work more then the fan will also work more.

    4.I mean to say that if you perform the heavy tasks and play big games it makes your fan to work more.

    5.Because of what your fan is making weird sound.

    6.So you try to avoid such heavy games which makes your mac to work more.

    7.You also try to avoid using your laptop for long time.

    That's it by doing as i said you can solve your problem.

    All the best.................


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    Shibbu Array
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    Re: Why my Mac is making some noise when using it?

    Hello Dear..

    If you are running so many apps together, like games, songs, video and etc... it will create much load on the processor and due to this, it gets heat-up.

    The fan you which is attached to your processor also start moving very fast and due to which its motor create lots of noise.

    So don't ever run to many things together and check that all the wholes on the base of your Mac is clear so that the fan pass heat from there.

    Thank You..

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