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When i turn on my system a error appears on the screen "System fan cannot be detected" and suddenly turns off...
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The bios is set to give a warning when the system fan is not working or goes dead (in this case it probably isn't detected or has gone out). You should be able to get into your bios and look for items such as "processor fan warning: on/off" "system fan warning: on/off...etc. If you turn the system fan warning to off it will resolve the problem you are having. The fan for the cpu, must be connected to the CPU_FAN connector on the mainboard.
If the problem is still there, replace the fan, and renew the thermal paste, between the cpu and the cooling element.
Clean also the pc out for dust, with compressed air.
BE CAREFULL when you work on the mainboard, and please take antistatic precautions.
Visit also a computer repair shop, if working on the mainboard is unfamiliar to you.
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your computer is not posting that is why you do not hear a beep. This can happen for 1 of 10000000 reasons but I would start with checking the RAM then all the other hardware to find a loose connection/dead hardware.
Posted on May 28, 2009
SOURCE: fan not found
Yes the fan was spinning. I found a soulution though. The right connecter did not fit the motherboard so someone rigged it to run but the motherboard did not see it because it was hooked straight to the atx power supply. I just broke the plastic off of where the original fan was plugged in and with the pins still intact I pushed the replacement fan connector down on it and the motherboard found the fan. Sweet Success!!!!
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
There should be a jumper beside your bios batery there should be 3 pins move the jumper to the last 2 pins for 5 seconds and put it back that should do it
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
SOURCE: When I turn on my
First, turn off your computer, disconnect all cables.
Then, find the manual for this particular motherboard - locate in it where the "chassis intruder jumper" is. Then move the plastic jumper from pins 1 and 2 (left) to 2 and 3 (right). Keep them there for 10 seconds, then move the plastic piece back to pins 1 and 2. This should fix the problem.
Hope that helps! :)
Posted on Mar 02, 2011
Check your documentation that came with the motherboard or computer.. Go to the computer web site for more info or call tech support for the computer or motherboard.
Posted on Mar 25, 2012
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