Question about Intrusion Intel PRO/1000 XT Server (605-0505-101) Network Adapter
How do i turn my intrusion systyem back on
If you're refering to the chassis intrusion... (Which is what I'm assuming.)
There should be a switch in the case itself that release itself when you open the case. Make sure that it is properly placed and angled and that it is connected to the appropriate pins on the motherboard. (Often labeled "CH INTR" or something to that effect.)
There is also usually a function in the motherboard's BIOS that enables/disables the chassis intrusion alert. Check to make sure that the function is enabled in the BIOS. (Don't forget to save your settings!)
There may also be a jumper on the motherboard that enables/disables the chassis intrusion detection. (Although this is less common.) Check around for that if the other options aren't making themselves apparent to you.
Good luck with that. Hope I was on the right topic. :P
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
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