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command line utility to adjust fan speed?

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Hello, my friends computer has very loud CPU fan and it is really not necessary. Speedfan can be used to make it slower and much more quiet, but it cannot be (or I don't know how) done automatically without needing to change the value everytime after speedfan start. It does not remember it. Is there any other utility or some way to make speedfan restore previous fan speed settings?
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I've been using speedfan for years, it works. Here is a pretty comprehensive guide on setting it up, I'd be willing to bet that you missed one of the settings.
    
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