VCORE Voltage 1.7 V +3.3V Voltage 3.3V +5V Voltage 4.9V +12V Voltage 11.5V -12V Voltage -11.7V
That is all it says in the Hardware monitor Menu
I have a CD/RW drive and a DVD-RW drive those 2 are on the same IDE cable, then I have a hard drive that is on its own IDE cable. Other than that the only hardware that is connected to my computer is a modem and a video card. I am not using the modem I guess I could take that out and eliminate that, but I don't see it being that. Hope you can help
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I encountered this problem with my HP laptop I brought it to the HP repair center because it is under warranty and then they replaced the LCD monitor - it worked, please contact your Hardware IT Technician.
Bro it occurred that your system hardware has experience a low power supply wattages that cannot support your entire system hardware wattages requirements. Better change your present power supply into a higher power supply wattages.
Try to update the BIOS, and also see if the CPU is overheating... Dust in the Fan, Bad Fan or Fan not seated correctly. The BIOS my be triggering a safty feature, make sure all fans are working at full speed. If that doesnt work... maybe a short in the MB.
Diagnosis: Lack of P.S.U. fan speed report indicates P.S.U. fan sensor
damaged by overheating. This was caused by cooling fin blockage since
the Sony design on this model cools the C.P.U. THROUGH the P.S.U.
Expert level fix: Remove P.S.U. Remove C.P.U. fan and vacuum. Remove
C.P.U. cooling fins from C.P.U. and cooling fan mounts from fin box,
vacuum. Reassemble C.P.U cooling system. Replace P.S.U. with O.E.M.
part only since in this case it is proprietary to the unit.
Generally, fans are controlled by heat readings...something to check is the operating temperature that is shown in your BIOS when you boot up...(access your BIOS by tapping on the delete key, or F2 key while booting)..if it goes over 70C real quick then there is a CPU heat dissipation problem, which would cause the fan to run like this i think that it is more of an issue that your CPU died...has your machine taken any kind of hit or fall that might have loosened things?...or perhaps the heat sink compound between the heatsink and CPU failed..... but it also could be a dead MB
Have you tried ignoring the monitor error, that is pressing F1?
Additionally, you can try, use a separate power connector for the DVD drive not piggybacked to the one used by the HD. If your drives are SATA, double check on the power adapter. If your DVD is external and USB connected, check its own power supply. Further you may want to un-check the Auto Power OFF in Power Management for USBs.
If you think the problem is PSU related, you can try lowering your BIOS/CMOS settings down to Default and not Optimized.
Of course the next best try would be to use a another PSU preferably with a higher wattage.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I think that the MB or the processor just took a dive on you. Most likely the processor... as you are able to power up. If it were the memory or the video card, you would hear a series of beeps when trying to start the computer. And you already verified the monitor is fine.