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Bios problem When I turn on computer it shows me massige CPU fan error press F1 resolve

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    Kevin Shafer May 11, 2010

    Your CPU fan needs to be replaced. If you don't, it could burn out you CPU.

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Your CPU fan is not working properly. It is either jammed by dirt or already burnt. An immediate replacement is the only and the best option. Additionally, clean the internal area of your CPU, i.e. motherboard, fans, heatsinks etc.Use anti electrostatic means while doing this. Use the good quality branded fan for the CPU.

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"Please go to Bios setup and then Load the bios set up default, and restart the system. "

hope this help!

If not solve the problem please notify me, do not rate.

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