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How can increase the speed of the fan on my Lenovo Thinkpad t510 running Windows 7?

Is there any software or script that helps me with this?

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Why do you think you should increase it? – Serge Oct 2 '12 at 21:38
I'm guessing based on his tags that his system is overheating. Have you dusted out the system with a can of air yet? Laptops are very susceptible to insulation by way of dust because of their compact nature. I'd blow out the fan, heatsink and vents first. – MaQleod Oct 2 '12 at 23:14
see this question – FredrikD Oct 4 '12 at 5:42

Fan control on laptops is somewhat rare and requires custom software (speedfan is mostly for desktops).

Try TP fan control

you can also try the advanced settings of windows 7 power profiles , but this rarely does much in my experience.

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