Intel D945GTP monitor going into standby, cpu fan runnning full blast
Any ideas? i was putting this comp together tonight and when i plug in my monitor to my on board video card the monitor goes into standby, and when i plug it into my actual video card it does the same thing.
Re: Intel D945GTP monitor going into standby, cpu fan...
First Turn off your pc & allow it to cool down & try after about 30 or 40 minutes. If you get same result remove your AC plug, VGA card, Other Expansion Cards & CMOS Battery(RAM also) After 20 or 30 minutes fix your memory, CMOS battery & change cmos jumper to recovery position & power on your PC if your pc is giving any display there will be a mesage for clear all passwords & settings select that option & turn off your pc. after taht fix your all expansion card one by one.
If your problem is same remove RAM & switch on pc, If you cant hear any beep sound you must check your powersupply & mother board get assist from hardware technician or go to your hardware vendor because there will be a warranty for your motherboard model.
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open the tower/ ATX cabinet and then check the two small power cable pins that connects the power button on the ATX cabinet and the motherboard, remove the same from the motherboards end (make sure you note down from where you removed the 2 power pins and then using a insulated screwdriver short the power pins on the motherboard for a second until you see the power coming on let go of the pins as soon as you see the CPU fan moving if it stays on and works normally it is a faulty power switch on the ATX cabinet and then you can either replace only the power switch or get a new ATX cabinet to fix it
you can also check if motherboard stays on if you remove the RAM chip from the motherboard. if yes its a faulty Ram and replacing the same should do the trick
you can also try cleaning the dust accumalated under the CPU fan and between the heat sink as some motherboard cuts off the power depending on the temperature
also if nothing works you can try using a different power supply unit to see if that's the case,
if still no luck then its time to buy a new motherboard.
The four-pin CPU fan connector is the same as the three-pin (red is for voltage, black is ground and yellow for the rpm reading) but also adds a blue wire used by some BIOS sets to adjust the RPM speed of the fan. The three-pin will fit into a four-pin connector without modification, using a jumper is DEFINITELY not recommended as it could short your board.
If your system has the four-pin fan, and it boots and runs without error, it may be that your CPU is running cool enough that the fan is not needed at the time. Check your BIOS for a hardware monitor to see the actual CPU temperature. Also, you may have added utilities in Windows to give the fan speed and CPU temperature in real time. You may also notice the CPU fan kicking in when doing CPU intensive operations (virus scans, etc.)
The four-pin fan would run from a three-pin connector but would always run at full speed because the RPM Adjust signal is not present.
give it 3 hours with no P/S plugged in, it might come back up. I just read a similar post. Dies when you unplug anything "active" from mobo, like fan, drive or floppy. MOBO senses voltage difference and shuts down.
Were all these working fine together before or did you just replace something?
Did you try connecting the monitor to another PC? Try the pc on another monitor which works.
try unplugging the video card and plugging it back in. try without the memory, it should post and beep looking for the memory.
try without the harddrive.