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I also have a Fujitsu-Scaleo P, yesterday I had the same problem exactly as described here. The issue is that the CPU fan does not work anymore. It is easy to replace, only four Phillips screws to be removed. I simply don't know if the new fan replacement can be bought alone, or if the air duct will be in the replacement kit, along with the aluminum block. It is a Cooler Master Model made by Protechnic Electric model MGT 9212ZR-W25. If it wasn't that the problem, when the computer is still cold, try to boot it, press DEL which will bring up the BIOS Setup Menu, and you can see if the Fan still works: in one of its menus shows the Fan RPMs and CPU Core Temperature. Good luck.
Posted on May 04, 2008
Hi Isabella07, your description sounds like a possible over heating issue. To confirm this, (while standing in front of the PC looking at the front of the PC case), please remove the case's left side panel. When you get the left side case panel off, start the PC & look at the CPU fan. (it's the largest fan mounted on an aluminum block with slits cut across it). Is the fan spinning? If yes, does it seem to be spinning slowly? When the PC started to shut down all by it's self, did you also start hearing high frequency beeps while the PC was running?
If you answer yes to any of these questions there ia a good chance the processor's fan is defective & needs to be replaced. On some models, the processor's fan can not be removed from the aluminum block & inorder to replace the CPU fan both items must be replaced. Replacing the CPU fan & heat sink should be done by a professional or by someone well versed with the internals of a working
computers. It is also unlikely for a PC to shut down because of a defective video card. So not getting display on your monitor (though you could have a problem with the graphics card), is not the reason your PC shuts down.
Does this look like your PC. (click the link).
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
My initial impression is that your motherboard or power supply is shot. Open your tower and check to see if the motherboard light is on and what colour it is, and if it is blinking and in what pattern. Also check the capacitors (little battery looking things) to see if the flat top of any has become rounded or peaked. This would indicate a problem with the board. Also if you have added anything new to the pc, try removing it and see if that helps to solve the start up problem. Keep me posted. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
An friend of mine has the same problem with his Scaleo P pc, at first i thought it was the graphics-card, because everything else seems to work, but i still don't get anything on the screen.
I have taking everything out the slots and also took out the memmorys 1 by 1, still nothing.
Cpu dead or mainboard is fried.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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