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CPU fan not working

My PC has been switching off randomly and I suspect overheating. When running it with the case off I noticed the CPU fan wasn't running. The fan DOES work when connected to an external power supply. I can't find anything in the manual or BIOS about settings for turning CPU fan on at certain temperatures.

Any advice?

Alan

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  • Alan1962 Jan 06, 2008

    Thanks, but the problem is NOT with the fan - MAYBE the PSU but I doubt it. With a bit of fiddling I was able to connect the CPU fan to the system fan motherboard jumper instead of the CPU fan jumper. Now everything seems to be hunky dory - but I'd still like to know why the CPU fan jumper wasn't turning on the fan. Some systems have a BIOS setting that can control fan speeds based on temp, but I can't seem to find one on this system.

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This problem is due to your Powersupply! Get your powersupply checked and if necessary get it replaced with new. Avoid repairing.

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You need to check your power supply if this is okay you need to replace the cpu fan. the cause of shutting down is the overheating of your cpu

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