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ASUS P5LD2-VM Chassis Intrude

After rebuilding the chassis into another system I always get the message "chassis intruded, system haltet". I cannot enter the bion to disable this function and the switch, which needs to be placed in the jumper set for chassis intruced function is broken. so how can I deactivate to jump over this section while booting ? cheers Lutz

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Re: ASUS P5LD2-VM Chassis Intrude

Do you mean the pins for the chassis intrusion on the board are broken off?
if not broken then just jumper them and bypass the switch.

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Chassis intruder,fatal error system halt on asus can i fix it

Hello, you can download a manual here:

Please select your windows version.
Select manual and click on global for download.
Unzip the file before installation.

And remove the cable on the mainboard for the contact on the chassis.
When that is done enter the bios and set the setting for the chassis intruder to off
Read about that in the manual.
The chassis intruder is used by admins to see if the case have been opened
when the case is opened the bios will block the system from booting until the setting in the bios
is set back to normal.

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When I turn on my pc a message will appear: "Please enter Setup to recover Bios settings. Chassis intruded. fatal error... system halted"

First, turn off your computer, disconnect all cables.
Then, find the manual for this particular motherboard - locate in it where the "chassis intruder jumper" is. Then move the plastic jumper from pins 1 and 2 (left) to 2 and 3 (right). Keep them there for 10 seconds, then move the plastic piece back to pins 1 and 2. This should fix the problem.
Hope that helps! :)

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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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Some cases have a switch that activates if the case has not been closed fully.
This sounds like the type of error report this problem causes.
Make sure that your pc case is fully closed and has not been damaged

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somewhere on the motherboard there should be a switch or jumper to turn it off look for directions either on case somewhere or on motherboard

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Tower change

1. Restart your machine
2. Enter BIOS by pressing F2
3. Scroll down to 'System Security'
4. Press Enter
5. Scroll down to Chassis Detection
6. Arrow over to 'Disabled'
7. Press Escape
8. Save changes and exit.

In some bios is in bios in the section BOOT and BOOT SETTING CONFIGURATION and disable CASE CHASSIS WARNING.

Your bios may be slightly different from the above. check inside the settings and find the case chassis warning option.


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Try disabling this feature in the BIOS. Here is a link to the manual.

Best of Luck,

Spare head 2

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