Question about ASUS M2N68-AM SE2 Motherboard
M2N68-AM Plus cpu fan full speed
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: it shows on startup
You might have a combination of several small problems. I would like to know whick processor you have installed. But Here is how to get started:
1) Open the case (after unplugging the PSU, not just turning it off). Use a wrist grounding strap or touch the bare metal on the case frequently.
2) Pull the jumper off the 1st two pins of the RTC. Place them on the 2nd two pins for about 10 seconds. Pull them back off and place them back on the 1st two.
Plug the PSU back up and turn on the computer, pressing delete button when the fans come on.
3) This will enter the set up. Check to see if the correct CPU information is listed now. If not, the bios is not old enought to recognize the CPU.
4) activate Asus Update. Go to the site and update your bios from the site. You will have to clear the bios again after the new bios is updated.
5) at that time the motherboard's bios should recognize the CPU. This happens frequently with Asus boards particularly where you have an AM2 board or AM2+ and you are installing a Phenom AMD PCU.
Let me know how this works. There are other things we can do. This is the only thing about Asus boards I dislike.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
Hello,have you installed new motherboard or CPU?
Follow these steps again
1) Disconnect the power cord from the back of the computer & open up the case.
2) Wear an anti-static glove or at very least discharge your static by touching a metal surface or power supply
3) Disconnect the main 20pin ATX power connector from the motherboard & the square 4pin ATX2 power connector
4) Remove any PCI cards you have & disconnect ALL drive cabling from the MOTHERBOARD. Also disconnect any internal USB fly leads from the motherboard.
5) You should now have ONLY the cpu+heatsink/fan, memory & video card installed. Locate the round silver battery in the bottom right corner of the board. Just below it, you'll see a plastic jumper cap. This cap should be covering 2 pins (pins 1 + 2) with pin 3 bare. It will be marked JP1. Move the jumper to cover pins 2-3 instead. Leave in this position for about 30 seconds, then return the jumper to its original position (pins 1-2).
6) Reconnect the square 4pin ATX2 power connector & the main 20 pin ATX power connector. Make sure that the case speaker or buzzer is connected also.
7) Make sure the only external devices connected are the keyboard/mouse & monitor. Reconnect the power lead & power on the system
Let me know what happens
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
Hmm, I've never seen a computer give a CPU fan error. Maybe if the fan is really dusty it's clogging it up, try getting some canned air and spraying it out.
Posted on Dec 17, 2010
No it does not. although it says it supports sockets AM2, AM2+, and AM3 and the Phenom 9750 is an AM2+, the Phenom 9750 has a wattage requirement of 125 watts. This motherboard ONLY supports CPU's up to 95watts! You would either need to get another motherboard or another CPU (or both and make a second computer).
Side note: also keep in mind that if using this motherboard with an AM2+ CPU, it will not be able to handle 1066MHZ memory (or higher) in dual channel mode, in order to get this speed you will either have to take out the second dimm or run both dimms at 800MHZ.
Hope this helps!! (and if it does, please rate or leave comment. It will be much appreciated!!)
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
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