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Chassis Intrusion Lead

Where is the Chassis Intrusion Lead on P4PE-X/Te motherboard

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J ai beaucoup de probleme avec mon desktop p4p800-mx chassis intruded


You have a problem with the Chassis Intrusion part, of the Asus P4P800-MX motherboard?

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Intel_Socket_478/P4P800MX/#download

The Chassis Intrusion header is below the CMOS battery to the left.
It is in-between the two black SATA connectors.

It is a 4-pin header.
From -> LEFT to RIGHT pins are numbered 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Put a Jumper Cap on Pins 3 and 4, and bypass the Chassis Intrusion option.

In the -> OS box, click on the blue Down Arrow. Now click on Windows XP.
In the drop down list, click on the + sign to the left of Manual (5)

Version E1880 - P4P800-MX user's manual (English version) E1880
Click on the blue -> Global

Go to Page 35. (PDF file page. Manual page is 1-25)
Chassis intrusion connector (4-1 pin Chassis1)

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Aug 06, 2012 | ASUS P4P800-MX Motherboard

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I get this Chassis Intrusion Signal and the system halts... I just dusted off the fans, the jumper on the chassis signal is in default position... Don't know what to do...


You may want to check to have good closed the chassis of the computer. Some of the pcs have intrusion system detection and if the chassis is not correctly closed you get that message

Aug 21, 2011 | ASUS P4P800-VM MB, 865G/ 800FSB/ SATA/...

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How can i disable chassis intrusion on p5kpl-am se board? the board don't have any intrusion switch...


For the chassis intrusion circuit to work, the chassis power supply must be connected to AC power. By default, on the motherboard the pin labeled chassis "signal" and "ground" are shorted with a jumper cap. You need to remove the jumper caps if you intend to use the chassis intrusion
hope this helps

Dec 07, 2010 | ASUS P5KPL-AM SE Motherboard

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Chasis intruded ,after changing cmos battery also the sameproblem


Either jumper the chassis intrusion header on the motherboard with a striaght jumper(like you'd find on a hard drive), or, easier, somewhere in the bios setup you can set Chassis Intrusion detection or reporting to disable.

Sep 08, 2010 | ASUS P5GC-MX/1333 - Motherboard - micro...

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I am getting the fatal error chasis intruded error on every boot...motherboard model is p5sd2vm...rahul


Chassis intrusion can be disabled one of two ways.

First, Check your bios settings. There should be a security or PC health section where you can clear that error and disable the intrusion warning.

Second, there is likely a small switch near the chassis side when the side panel is removed. This is the chassis intrusion switch. It will likely lead to a 2 or 3-pin connection on the motherboard. this can be disconected without any ill effects.

Aug 13, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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No audio


Have a look at the tips in this windows xp sound troubleshooting article. Maybe that helps.

May 10, 2009 | ASUS P4PE-X MB 845PE/ Audio/ LAN...

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Chassis Intruded!


Hey,

Go into bios or cmos setup. when you turn the computer on it says what you need to press to get in there, look over the bios, look for chassis intrusion detection, turn it off, then go back to the main screen save and exit.

you won't have the problem anymore.

Thanks and good luck.
Ekse

May 04, 2009 | ASUS P5V800-MX Motherboard

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Chassis intrusion


You need to check the chassis intrusion pin setting located on the motherboard. See page 1-30 (Number 11) in your manual.
You need to add a jumper as shown.
The system should no longer halt.

Cheers!
Mike

May 04, 2009 | ASUS P5V800-MX Motherboard

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Asus Board MOdel Number P4BGL (845 Mxl) is giving an error called Chasis opened or tampered.?


I read a solution of your problems, i did not ry this. But i want you to try in your motherboard: this was qoute by
" 9. anonobomber, 07-05-2002 09:51 read the manual from your motherboard, I'll quote it for you; Chassis Intrusion Lead (4-1 pin CHASSIS) This requires an external detection mechanism such as a chassis intrusion monitor/microswitch. The sensor is triggered when a high level signal is sent to the Chassis Signal Lead, which occurs when a panel or light detector is triggered. This function works with an optional ASUS CIDB chassis intrusion module (see your vendor for more details). If the chassis intrusion lead is not used, a jumper cap must be placed over the pins to close the circuit.
pinout 1[+5volt] [power supply standby] [chassis signal] [ground]
in order to supress the messages you are getting you will need to get a jumper to fit over the chassis signal and ground to bypass the chassis intrusion detection circuit.
This has nothing to do with resetting the CMOS. For board specific locations of the pins check http://www.asus.com.tw for the manual pertaining to your motherboard"

Jan 21, 2008 | ASUS P4BGL-MX 845GL (AS04P4BGL-MX)...

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Intrusion turned off and not detected


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

Cyryl

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