Satellite U500 - 11G - noise of the fan speed after BIOS update

Hello

I have the Toshiba Satellite U500 - 11G.
I've recently updated the BIOS because my CPU fan did not work under Ubuntu,
But after the update, my CPU fan speed is faster then normal and make a lot of noise (even if the CPU is cool) when I use Windows 7 is still stay on fast speed making a lot of noise.

Do we sort of degrading the BIOS or thw way to earn the slow CPU fan speed?

Concerning
Sagar

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Update BIOS because of Linux? You know that Linux is not possible on this laptop model?

In any case, to reduce the fan sped Please reduce the cooling in saving settings method.
Control Panel > Power Options > go to your preferred power plan settings and choose advanced power options > Toshiba saving settings > cooling method > set to optimized battery.

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