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Go into the bios and there u can disable the tempering off

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Your motherboard has a chassis intrusion detector. This just means that someone opened your computer case. Since you did this to change drives all you need to do is reset the detector and you'll be fine. You should have a setting in bios to reset the detector. Hope this helps.

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There is a chassis switch that detects when the desktop case has been opened. You can reset this switch in the BIOS configuration so that this message doesn't appear until the case is opened again.

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When you open the computer case, a switch is tripped and after the case has been closed and the computer boots up, you get this chassis intruded message.
To clear this message go to the BIOS configuration and then to the chassis intruder detect and then Reset this setting.

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Some computer display this message when the case has been opened. After installing components in your computer and closing the case/cover then go into the BIOS setting and reset the chassis intruder detector.

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ASUS P4S533-E. Question : The system intruded, chassis opened or tempered before. Please check the system. What does it mean?


Some computer-cases have a small switch that is "triggered" when somebody removes a side-panel. The trigger sets a flag on the motherboard, to say "intrusion", i.e., somebody opened the case, possibly removed something (RAM, video-card), or cut some wires.

You need to inspect the computer, to see if the "intruder" did anything to your computer.

Then, you can enter BIOS SETUP mode, and "clear" that flag.

Optionally, you can then "disable" that "chassis intrusion" programming.

Jun 01, 2011 | ASUS P4S533-E Motherboard

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"the system intruded chassis opnened


The NRL_LS has a connector for a microswitch on the case, to detect if the case is opened.
Look for jumper J2, between the battery and the bios chip, at one end of a long connector CON1.
There should be 2 adjacent bare pins at one end of J2.
Place a jumper block on them, and the system should start normally.

The manual is here +NRL-LS Cover.P65 - ftp.asus.com.tw

Look at item 9 on page 2-22, referring to jumper J2

Feb 09, 2011 | ASUS NRL-LS Motherboard

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The system intruded , chassis opened or tempered before


Some computer display this message when the case has been opened. After installing components in your computer and closing the case/cover then go into the BIOS setting and reset the chassis intruder detector.

Feb 01, 2011 | ASUS P4B533-VM Motherboard

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The system intruded.chassis opened or tempered before please check the system. what shall i do ?


When you open the computer case, a switch is tripped and after the case has been closed and the computer boots up, you get this chassis intruded message.
To clear this message go to the BIOS configuration and then to the chassis intruder detect and then Reset this setting.

Oct 03, 2010 | ASUS P4SE Motherboard

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The system intruded , chassis opened or tempered before


the system intruded , chassis opened or tempered before

Aug 02, 2010 | ASUS P4B533-VM Motherboard

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System intruded, or tempered, or the chasis are opened before. please check the system


There is a chassis switch that detects when the desktop case has been opened. You can reset this switch in the BIOS configuration so that this message doesn't appear until the case is opened again.

Oct 31, 2009 | ASUS P4SE Motherboard

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Problem at boot


There is a mechanical switch connector available to determine if someone has opened the chassis.

You can bypass this through the BIOS by entering the BIOS on bootup (DEL? message at bootup? F1?) then look for the system chassis intruder alarm and DISABLE

Another option is to find the pins that the switch is supposed to be connected to (documentation on the ASUS P4B motherboard) and jumper them.

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Problem at boot


plz disable the chassis open warning option in the bios.

Apr 21, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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