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  • Windows does not come with the drivers necessary to configure and use all network / WiFi, Internet connection hardware. Download the drivers for your computer on another machine and move them by Thumb drive to the computer to be configured, install them and generally you will be back online in a jiffy.
  • If you are a Retainer or R-Care customer of mine, that is normal. The update process is managed, and you have not need to concern yourself with updates. For everyone else, the first place I would look is the virus or malware protection to ensure downloads are not restricted. In my opinion it is best to keep up with updates. :)
  • The good new is, the fan is running! Temperature is an enemy of computer parts, and the installed fans are trying to eliminate the problem. When the fan becomes noisy, it could be there are too many processes running on your computer, or perhaps a dust buildup that is preventing cooling, or a foreign object is stuck in the fan. Sometimes an easy fix, sometimes not. In either case you should have a noise level that allows you to be productive. The cause can be determined and fixed, it is not likely a user serviceable item.