Satellite L655 (PSK1JE) - 100% after update BIOS fan speed


Yesterday, I do BIOS update since version 2.10 to 2.20. The update of configuration correctly but the problem is the fan, the speed is 100% all the time.

others have this problem with this version of bios?

Can I downgrade to the version of the bios?

Thank you and waiting for your answers

Hi kingofcopy,

Load default settings after updating the BIOS? Go into the BIOS, press the F9 key to load the default values.

Have you tested the behavior of fan with cooling optimized battery option? In Windows power management, you can define more low fan speed in power management to reduce the activity of the fan.

Check this box!

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