I'm not sure if this is the kind of "repair" this website was thinking of, but i'll give it a go anyway. ok so my sunbeam is all mashed in the front, and i need a new front panel. does anyone know how or where i can get the replacement parts? its just the front plastic, and not even the whole thing! the main thing that broke is the vent/fan cover and i may be able to salvage it if i get a new one of those. any help is appreciated.
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The problem is the board on the case's display. It has temp alarms for your components(video card, hdd, cpu), there are temp probes for you to set so you can monitor these temps. However the board that controls these functions, or at least mine and many others I have read about, is defective. It will change display constantly and sometimes have garbage display. It is setting its own limits for what is considered a hi temperature. The limit it has set for one of your components is < room temperature so it thinks you are having an overheating problem. You can manually set the limit for overheat and it will fix it for a while, but it will prob happen again.
Verify you have Files and Folders installed in your networking componets.
Click on the Start button, and then select Settings > Control Panel.
Double-click on the Network icon. In the window that appears, make sure the Configuration tab is selected. If you do not see the Network icon, click on the view all Control Panel options link on the left side of the window.
In The following network components are installed: section, if you do not see File and printer sharing for Microsoft Networks listed, then: Click Add. Select Service and then click Add. Select File and printer sharing for Microsoft Networks. Click OK.
In the same window, click on the File and Print Sharing button.
In the dialog box that appears, check the box next to "I want to be able to give others access to my files". Uncheck the box for "I want to be able to allow other to print to my printers".
Click OK, then OK again; you will be asked to restart your computer. Click Yes to restart. The computer will automatically restart.
what do you mean blower? they all blow air sir. anyway feel the air on t hem with our Palm to know.
video card reach almost 100 degrees << This is impossible if its in Celcius this is flamming hot already.