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My c.p.u have problem

While start the computer on boot willcome on that it have cpufanerror&on middle the system will restat again & again

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Have you checked the CPU fan?

open the system, see if it is turning, make sure it is relatively clean, reseat the cable that goes from the fan to the motherboard.

If the fan runs fast and clean, but the error is still there, there may be an issue with the motherboard.

Sometimes it helps to unplug the power, hold the power button 15 seconds, release, plug back in. Otherwise, unplug the system, and remove the batery from the motherboard for a minute, you may have to reset some BIOS setting after this.

Hope one of these suggestions helps

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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