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Bios error code 0163

When booting up receive error code 0163. Attempts to boot into windows and halts.

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SOURCE: Error Boot "Chasis Intruded fatal Error System Halted"

Well it seems like that the cmos battery is down. You need to do the following

Change the CMOS battery,
Enter into bios and change the date and time properly,
Save and exit bios.

Now you should be able start your computer in windows.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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mahhek
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SOURCE: my system can not booting error message is chasis intruded fetel

KINDLY QUOTE THE EXACT ERROR MESSAGE YOU ARE GETTING. Start tapping the del / f2 key immediately after you turn on the system

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Fails to boot, fans and lights on, no bios or anything

My recommendations would be to remove all connections to the board.
Remove the CMOS battery.
Remove the CPU fan and CPU.
Look at the top of the CPU, if you have a crust over the top of the CPU, you will need to remove it to a clean surface.
Next, your CPU fan should be a 3 wire connection on the motherboard, within two inchs of the CPU holder.
After cleaning the CPU, re-inseart and apply a heat sink lub for good heat transfer.
Re-install CPU fan and plug in to board connection.
Re-install your CMOS battery and power up unit.

With the CMOS battery removed, the time and date will need to be reset.
Also, in the BIOS for that board, you should be able to see temps. and rpm readings. ??
Hope the CPU has not taken a dump on you.!
Before you plug in the drives and other devices, check temps. rpm and voltages.
Have fun, hope this has helped you.

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

technical114
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SOURCE: Chassis intrusion messagen

This means that either the case of the desktop is open or it is not closed properly. I don't know what kind of case you use so I can't be more specific. Try to close the case (open and close again) or check for an open side. If you are sure that the case is closed and still the alarm exists, there is a way to bypass that kind of alarm, but youhave to edit the bios settings.

In case of a problem or clarification or if you want to bypass the alarm from the bios, don't hesitate to post me a reply.

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Posted on Apr 29, 2010

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SOURCE: the problem of my computer

press del to set up or press or press F8 for bbs popup

Posted on Jun 16, 2011

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