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Boot time show CPU Fan Error but no need to F1 press in Asus P5SD2-VM motherboard and Celeron Processor

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Replace the CPU fan.

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I have asus p5sd2-vm motherboard when i start my pc it show fatal error system halted.when i restart pc it start normally pls solve my problem


I agree with Mike, check the RAM first by making sure the sticks are seated correctly with the PC off, then start it up. There is less chance if you have more than one RAM stick that all will be bad so try swapping them or using one per system restart. If this doesn't work then try newer sticks. Even with bad RAM you should be able to see BIOS during boot. If it still happens then there's a problem on the motherboard itself or the CPU (although on some systems you'll see nothing on the screen if CPU is bad) .

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The problem of my computer is when i open my computer its not boot to windows it shows chassis intruded fatal error-system halted! what can i do to solve that problem? my board is asus p5sd2-vm.


chasis intrusion is an option in the bios, when U start the pc, press dell to go into the bios, walk trhough the settings ( I think it will be in a section advanced or security) where U can switch off intrusion.

Did U open the case recently?

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Unknown processor - update BIOS - press F1 to continue


Hello jssingh

if the system boots but gives unknown processor message then it means you have to do what is says,that is to update your bios.

go to asus web site. www.asus.com

go to services ---> support ----> download

on the left hand side at the top enter your motherboard model number "P5SD2-VM".
under it choose Bios

the main board model will be listed and you be asked to choose an operating system. (choose any operating system. bios is independant of operating system)

look at the list all available bios versions. download the latest. it usually comes with the upgrade utility as well but you can download the utility anyway

you cal also try this link for your bios download
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

format a floppy disk and make it bootabel (you can also use a usb flash drive or even a cd)
copy the files to it. start the computer and boot from it.
at command prompt type the afudos command and the new bios version.
follow the prompt. it will update the bios.


good luck. hope this has helped you.

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AMD Phenom-II is installed in Asus M4A78LT-MLE motherboard. While system is booting showing error message -" This CPU is not supported by this model. Please check CPU QVL on Asus website" Please...


the only phenom-II cpu's it supports are the 545 and 550 socket am3 1.01ghz. if you have anything other it will not run. here is complete cpu support list here

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Overclocking with p5sd2-vm motherboard.


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My ASUS P5SD2-VM Is Having A No Display Problem


Make sure you disabled th eonboard video card. Some boards do it for you automatically when you install a new one and others you must remove or switch a jumper pin on the motherboard. Consult your manual for the jumper location. Sometimes you have to use the default card and go into the bios set up and disable it in there, shut down the system install the card then restart using the new card. Make sure you use the first available PCI-e slot closest to the CPU and you should be all set.If not your card may be bad.

Joe

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My ASUS P5SD2-VM Is Having A No Display Problem


If you are using the motherboards built in VGA graphic display, check your bios settings. Open your manual to page 2-22. Read the page.
Make sure you have the bios set to, Primary Graphics Adapter [PCI-E] set to, [IntVGA].
Set the internal VGA to, [Enable]. You will also need to set an amount of your system memory for the VGA to use. It is recommended if you are using Windows Vista that you increase your 1GB of system memory to, 2GB. Or instead you can buy a decent PCI-E video card that will use its own memory instead of your system memory. If you do this you'll need to change the bios settings to, Primary Graphics Adapter [PCI-E].
Also change, Share Memory Size to [Disabled].
If you need the manual for the Asus P5SD2-VM. Click on the link below;
http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P5SD2-VM&SLanguage=en-us

Click the dropdown menu & click on your operating system. Than click Search. Asus list all drivers, manuals, FAQ's ect.
To view the manual you'll need Adobe Reader. You can download Adobe for free at this link;
http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/

Again, if you do not have any display & your using the built in VGA graphics card try resetting the bios. Doing this will reset the bios back to normal default settings. The bios will auto use the built in VGA. To clear the bios see page 1-22.

Good luck!
Mike


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CPu fan turns for 1 second and then stops.


If all was working fine before, then, you have either not connected the cpu power cable, as is sometimes required other than being powered by the processor socket, or your power supply unit is not pentium 4 compatable and is unable to power the processor.

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