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Emachine t3882 will not boot

When i power up my pc i receive a dual quick beep, then a screen that informs me it is checking the system coolant fan. then that the fan is not operating correctly and my system is halted. but the fan turns on as i hit the power button but slows down or stops after the beeps.

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  • alucard2563 Apr 29, 2008

    I did go into the BIOS and even replaced the system fan, and CPU fan. still the same thing.

  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2009

    Same issue, replaced CPU fan, no change

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There is a big possibility that your System fan is damaged or worst is that it's your CPU fan that is not working properly. If you can still enter the bios by pressing F2, try to check your settings and disable fan control for the system fan. If the problem persist then you need to replace the CPU Fan.

Hope this helps.
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