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Re: HOW DO I SPEED UP MY FANS I HAVE A A8N-DELUX...
Clean all fans of built up dust including power supply one Clean out the Heat Sink vanes of fluff and dirt usually this is main problem then vacuum out case including all vent holes and behind the power supply On this site and one other doing this has got 7 computers working properly
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Turn the computer off.
Remove the side-panel, to expose the motherboard.
Turn the computer on.
When you see PRESS <blah> TO ENTER BIOS SETUP, press the <blah> key.
Use the "arrow" keys to move around the BIOS SETUP menu,
looking for any "system health" menu-entry.
Press the "enter" key to select that menu-entry.
It should report the current motherboard temperature, and the current CPU temperature,
and the temperature-limit, beyond which the motherboard will force a shutdown.
It may also report the speed of the power-supply fan, the case fan (if installed), and the CPU fan.
Also, take a look at the fans, to confirm that they are spinning.
Replace any non-functioning fans.
Yes that is fine. Your motherboard controls the speed of fans connected to its case, cpu pinouts. Fans have ratings as well and default RPM specs that determine their speed.
Not to worry as long as the fans are turning you should be ok. If you are uneasy, fans are really cheap to buy. (9-$18) is all you need to pay for one.
Either your motherboard has gone bad, or you fan AND cooling grid needs replacement. The grid is simply a series of metal bars, so to speak, which absorb heat to be passed out of your system with the cooling fan. The cooling fan has 2 speeds. If the system is not kicking in the higher speed on the fan, it's more than likely a bad motherboard. Also, make sure you keep your laptop plugged into the wall as much as possible. Going on battery alone does slow down the processor considerably to conserve the battery.
You can research *********** board and drivers at ASUS.com.
You may find a new BIOS update which controls the fan speeds and temp.
If not, you can find plenty of frreware which will handle *********** board.
You may be drawing to much amperage for the switch to handle both fans. You may be underwired if it is an old house. you can hook wires together without switch in place and see if everything keeps working but don't hook them together with the power on. Also don't run very long as the wires could heat up. Run for about 5 minutes and turn power off and check heating of wires.
For sure you have done something wrong in fixing up, re-check that you havent unplugged the fan aur havent damged the wires aur there jacks.
one possibilty maybe that you have cleaned the material present between fan and processor which is responsible for heat conduction.
I bought the same motherboard this past year (used) and installed it with AMD Athlon 64 fx-57, Antec P180 case, 550 w power supply. I had the case cover off to check the fans when I first fired it up. The AMD oem cpu fan hesitated at power on for a few seconds, which worried me. It started spinning normally and I then shut the system down and waited a few minutes before restarting it. It spinned up fine so I put the cover back on. I started getting the same error you mentioned, so I updated the BIOS to 1013 version. That didn't solve the problem. I ended up disabling the warning in the BIOS as I got tired of seeing it, as I could see the fans were all spinning and the CPU temperature was at about 26 to 34 on cold boot.
I recently checked on this problem and seems many others with this board have this problem. One fellow said he mailed off a question the the problem to ASUStek and they replied that it is just a glitch, that the fan is "smarter" than the BIOS, as it will hesitate to spin fully at start up if the CPU is cool. The suggestion was to disable "Q Fan Controller" in BIOS. I did and don't get that warning.
As for the yellow question marks under manage in Windows, you need to install the drivers for all of those devices, and they will be on the disk that came with the motherboard. I use the latest drivers from the ASUS site, but the only one I couldn't install was the ACPI ATK 0110 Virtual Device that came out in 2007. When I try to unpack the .rar file it says Corrupt Headers and refuses to use the driver from that file. So, I use the driver from the disk.