I have got a INtel celeron CPU...it was working good..Sudenly one day i switched on..I see the cpu fan spinning ..but nothing appears in screen..I am sure that there is no prob with HDD and RAM..What would be the problem?
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The alarm on the CPU is either a heat warning or a fan warning. Check the settings in your BIOS and verify that your settings are set high enough for your CPU. If your fan is working and your heat level is appropriate than you should either set your heat alarm and fan alarm to a higher level or disable them all together.
Franky_J knows nothing you could go for a P4 2.8 cpu which would work much better than the Celeron in fack any P4 over 2.0 would out perform the celeron if you want speed get rid of the Celeron and get a P4 it should take up to an 3.2 P4 chip.
Franky if you dont understand cpu's then you shouldn't really be answering this question in the cpu world a 2.8 ghz cpu is not always a 2.8ghz cpu for instance this one has half the cash of a P4 cpu meaning it can only do half the work at the same time so in P4 terms this is only a 1.8 P4 equivilent so a 2.8 P4 will be a big improvement.
Todays CPU fans are set to automatically up their RPMs if the processor overheats or is overtaxed. But the trick is when the fan itself is not cooling enough but rotates and makes this sound like a heicopter. Since you see it turning, you may not realise its cooling is poor. The best and long last solution is get a brand new fan and install it. The baby will stop crying.
I have experienced something similar with my new Core2Duo processor and a fairly new Socket 775 processor. Troubleshooting it led me to believe the CPU simply wasn't compatible with the motherboard.
Although it's a shot in the dark, I suggest that you try out some of the following:
- Did you try pulling out the graphics card to see if you got it to POST then? The graphics card or the monitor may need replacing.
- Did you remove the RAM?
- Are you sure all cables are attached properly?
- Try to take out the CPU, talk to a friend with a socket 478 motherboard and replace his CPU with your CPU. Does it work now? If yes, motherboard needs to be replaced.