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There is a hardware switch connected to the bios that checks if the chassis has been opened or if it it opened yet.
you must deactivate it in the bios, or perhaps directly on the main board. (but thats risky)
You perhaps also need to close correctly the chassis, in order to access the bios where you will certainly find an option that allows you to deactivate the chassis protection check or whatever else with meaning of a lock or check state about the computer case
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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