Need to change motherboard fan on acer rc500 any help?
I have got a rc500 and the fan makes a terrible noise, i have found out that its not the power fan but the motherboard fan, to save me money i was going to replace the fan myself but i am having problems on finding how to remove it from the motherboard. Can anyone help please.
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If the fan is above the cpu then there are 4 screws holding it in that have to be removed. Then unplug the fan wire. Make sure you purchase the same fan size to replace. Then reinstall with the screws. Make sure your pc in unplugged when you do this.
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Regarding to your Problem here is the Step by Step Procedure,
Step 1: Turn off your computer, Please remove the power cable to ensure the flow of electricity is gone.
Step 2: Use an anti static wrist strap to safely ground your self.
Step 3: Remove the Cables connected from your fan to motherboard. This is usually a 4 pin cable, depends on the type of your motherboard.
Step 4: Unscrew the Fan from your Pc Case.
Step 5: Vice Versa in Installing just do the procedure,
Hope This Helps,
For removing the cpu fan. remove the cables connected to the motherboard then remove the fan from the cpu chip, now always remember in installing a new cpu chip always apply a thermal compound before locking the fan to the chip.
HI loralynn0507. Either your Power supply or motherboard is bad. I recommend you take it to a professional because the have spare parts to replace. But, if you are confortable doing stuff with computers, then open your PC, remove all the cables from the motherboard except the power coming from the PS (power supply) and try again. If it boots then start connecting the hard drive, dvd room, etc until you get to the problem. If you still no luck then try removing the motherboard from the case and try again. If that doenst work try with another PS. I hope this helps. Please dont forget to rate and provide positive feedback for our fast - free support today. Thank you :D
You need to re-install your graphics driver. I looked on acers website for it, but they have a terrible driver download page. The new hardware is the graphics card that it is detecting. If you have your original installation disc with the drivers on it, then just reinstall the graphics driver and that should fix your problem. Otherwise maybe you will have better luck finding your driver on acers website. Let me know if this does not fix the problem, or if you can not find the driver, and I will help you find it.
I experienced this very thing today. Disconnect everything and then reconnect. Make sure that every connection is accurate and also make sure that the spacers, or gold screws in between the case's body and the motherboard, are in place. If the fans are starting for a split second and then the computer shuts off then this should fix your problem. Otherwise if you're using all of the same components I can't think of any reason this should happen.
It sounds like the CPU is overheating. When the system boots up, can you hit the DEL, ESC, or F12 key to get it into BIOS mode? Often, there will be a setting in there to monitor the processor temperature.
If you can get it into that screen, leave the computer in that mode and keep checking the temp.
Make sure the machine itself has good air circulation and isn't in a hot spot in your house (for example, where sunlight hits the main box) If it continues to flounder, you'll probably need to upgrade the CPU fan or install a heat exchanger fan...