1. Joined : Sep 2015
    Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       31 Oct 2015 #1

    After Windows 10 refresh, fan spins up when turning on headset


    Hi, as the title mentions I did a windows 10 refresh, mainly due to some random issues I was having. Since then everything has run smoothly, all previous issues resolved except for the fact that now every time I turn on my headset (Turtle Beach px5 - bluetooth connected via a bluetooth adapter) The fan speeds up just for a second, and will do the same when I turn the headset off. This is the same sort of very brief spin-up the fan has always done during a boot since first purchasing the pc. It has never spun up outside of booting the pc until just days ago when I refreshed windows 10.

    My first guess was that there was a conflict and maybe one device was getting confused with another but the device manager shows no conflicts.

    Any help would be appreciated.
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  2. Joined : Sep 2015
    Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       02 Nov 2015 #2

    Update


    byounker said: View Post
    Hi, as the title mentions I did a windows 10 refresh, mainly due to some random issues I was having. Since then everything has run smoothly, all previous issues resolved except for the fact that now every time I turn on my headset (Turtle Beach px5 - bluetooth connected via a bluetooth adapter) The fan speeds up just for a second, and will do the same when I turn the headset off. This is the same sort of very brief spin-up the fan has always done during a boot since first purchasing the pc. It has never spun up outside of booting the pc until just days ago when I refreshed windows 10.

    My first guess was that there was a conflict and maybe one device was getting confused with another but the device manager shows no conflicts.

    Any help would be appreciated.
    I think the problem has something to do with anything that's connected via a usb port, whether that port be on my keyboard's extra ports or the ports that are apart of the pc itself, which I have the previously mentioned bluetooth adapter connected to. It seems anytime I plug and unplug any usb device it causes the brief spin-up of the fan, with the exception of the bluetooth being that when I turn on the headset (that uses the adapter) and it begins the handshake - that also causes the fan to kick on briefly.

    Hopefully this added bit of information can tip someone off to what may be causing my problem.

    Thanks again for any help.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec


 


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