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Re: chassis intruded... fatal error.. system halt..
If your case is not setup for chassis intrusion, the motherboard has dropped a jumper. The location is by the last PCI slot between the CD audio connector and the USB bus plug. (it is right next to the CLRTC jumpers)
First select your windows Then select manual and hit global for download Unzip the file before you can read it You probably need a Pdf reader
Yes the bios have a setting for this READ THE MANUAL The chassis intruder is a safety precaution To prevent unautorized access to the mainboard when the case is opened (a contact does this) The wire can be removed from the mainboard And the settings can be set off in the bios. So the problem doesen`t shows up again.
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Hi, have you got this board installed in a case, with all the connections made? Usually there's a two pin connector to a microswitch that detects if the case is open. If you can identify that on the board you can short the switch, fooling the system into thinking the case is closed, to get inot the bios etc.
Please select your operating system. Then select manual and choose global for download. The file have to be unziped before installation
Go onto your Mobo and disconnect the connector that usually says something like CHA_DET or CHA_INT. Look in your manual for the plug. That should solve your problem. If not, check to make sure everything on your case is screwed on so that the detector's circuit is complete. A separated piece, like a loose panel might be causing the problem.
You have maybe connected one of the fans to a wrong connector. The chassic intruder is a switch so the admin can see the case have been opened in the BIOS. You have nothing to use that for as a private user.( if you are that )
you need to go into the bios of your pc.....usually pressing the delete key when you see the first logo screen after booting up....look for a section that relates to errors and what the bios is supposed to do when it encounters an error.
i.e if you see a line in the bios that says "halt on all errors" disable it and when you next boot up the bios will not stall.
very simple shut down computer put side panel back on and restart go into bios and under the settings somewhere you will see enable chassis intrusion. Just disable that. If you put cover back on then proceeded by turning power on and you still get this error than it is time to clear CMOS and then you must go into the bios and hit setup default and then go into any timings and voltage settings for CPU Memory and such. and also disable the chassis intrusion. You can enable it at anytime. just as long it is not powered up when removing side panel. I hope this is helpful.