MSI K7N2 Delta ILSR - Noisy Grinding Motherboard Fan

The Motherboard Fan on my MSI K7N2 Delta ILSR has started to make a terrible grinding noise and I was hoping someone could offer some help on how to replace it.
Some of the questions I have are -
 + Is the Motherboard Fan screwed on or glued on?
 + Could I replace it with a suitable heatsink (no fan)?*
 + If it is glued on, what is the best way to remove it?
 + If it is glued on, could I just unplug it and stick a new fan on top of the existing one?
 + Has anyone else had this problem and if so what did you do to fix it?
* I was looking at a Zalman Motherboard Heatsink from
Thanks in advance, Jason.

Originally posted by cgrossi
add some thin oil on its axis. oil for sewing machines.
It's not a good idea to add oil to any parts in a computer.  

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    >after checking hard nothing happens...
    >only thing I can tell is that the d bracket is indicating "memory section"
    ....d-bracket from MSI K7N2 Delta ILSR is 1,3,4 red and 2 green. Which is according the the manual "Memory Detection Test"-if the memory module is damaged or not installed properly.
    Why woudl a memory suddenly not work?
    I know I was adjusting bios for this and that....  
    I think just before this happened.. I adjusted something on agp setting... but what ahs that got to do with memory?
    COuld it be the mobo or memory or the video card???
    pls help....
    My email is [email protected]...
    please please help...
    and guys in MSI what is your expert opinion? mobo? or memory?
    Kate x

    hi and welcome to this forum.
    nice to se a girl here for a change
    clear cmos jumper jbat1.
    also try safe mode jumper j10 ans j11.
    also try to reseat memory and dont trust the dbracket to 100%.
    it can show wrong sometimes.
    COuld it be the mobo or memory or the video card???
    when you got it running then run to check memory,
    also what psu do you have ?
    post max amps on 3.3v 5v and 12v rails.
    minimum is 28 35 16.recommended is higher.

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