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Chassis intruded i have a new motherboard that says chassis intruded on my asus m3a78-cm cant get around it on startup please help no turn off found

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Hi

this is a setting that needs to be reset in the bios.
when you turn the computer on, at somepart of the screen the computer will say press this button to enter setup or bios. press the button when asked to enter bios. in bios you will need to find case intrusion detection and turn it off. Its probably in the monitoring part of the bios.

t will take too long to locate the correct manual for your computer but I took another computers manual and the bios settings may be a little diffrent but basicly.

this should be in the H/W monitoring page.

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we are looking for chassis intrusion, turning that to disabled or off will remove the problem your facing. ones you have turned it off you should be able to turn it on the next time you start up and it shouldn't complain unless the case is opened again.

Its a good protection in a public enviroment, for example a employee might steal some ram from a computer or other parts with this feature enable the owner of the pc will be aware that someone has been inside and will check the internals.

Its not very useless at home since its very unlikely to happen but there are people out there who might do this at work or other public places.


Let me know if you need anything else.


Thanks,
Ekse

Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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