Fan of 7214nr HP DV6 Envy stop working!

Hello

I have a HP DV6 Envy 7214-nr. It is a nice laptop. recently the fan stop working. I mean his work at first boot and then its only funtion to speed very very slow and barly... .barly you can hear it working. not like some months ago.

usually, I heard the noise of the fan when I play games and generally it works charger if I turn on HP CoolSense. Games become very slow after the first 4 minutes and I can't hear the fan working not at all, and I can't smell even fan works when put my hand near the vents. When I restart my laptop I got this error:

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Hi there @shadad,

Thank you for visiting the Forums HP's Support and welcome! It is an excellent site to find answers and ask questions. I looked into the issue that you mentioned in your post on the Forums of HP Support. I understand that your fan does not work on your HP dv6-7214nr Notebook PC ENVY , and you receive an error message at startup upward.

Please take a look at this document, called System fan (90 b) error message at startup. You will find that the document said to try the following steps when you receive an error stating that "the system has detected that a cooling fan does not work correctly.

To resolve this error, follow these steps:

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