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The most important thing that I was thinking about is that you told me you were using a PENTIUM over a mother that is for AMD processors, make sure of that because if its as you told me, then you will never be able to fix that cuz its impossible for an INTEL cpu to work on an AMD plataform...
well it seems that if everything is well connected then your either your power supply is failing or not reaching the power demands or your motherboard is completely down... This is one of those cases where you only have to try and see what happens, thats why its hard for me to say whats happening whithout trying somethings...
things like: mother just with cpu ram and vga adapter over a table and booting it up. (what we already tried), then a bios restart.. (with the cmos jumper)... try a different power supply in case you have one.
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Are you seeing this error on a system you built or a pre-built system? If it is a pre-built system, check that the fans are running. Next check where the fans are plugged in, the CPU fan must be connected to the CPU fan connector on your motherboard. The chassis (rear case fan) only needs to be connected to the motherboard if you want the monitoring/PWM (modulated fan speed) option. If your CPU fan is powered directly from the power supply, change this.
If this is a system you built or recently updated the case, check your fan power connections, as above. Next check the fan speed. My ASUS board will give the "CPU fan not detected" error if the CPU fan speed is too slow. A different CPU fan will solve the problem. (I got my fan with the CPU; it works fine.)
I hope this helps. Please add a comment with more information about your system for more assistance.
My wont turn on too, There is a orange light on the tower, Green on the left, Battery ovel, If I push the restart button, also switch the power supply switch in the back, also unplug from it, Sometimes does it, Do ou know whats causing this to happen, Please let me know Thanks
This model (as well as many other Dell desktops) has a DUAL SPEED CPU fan. If the motherboard detects that the CPU temp is running hot it will increase the speed of the CPU fan to lower the temp of the CPU. You should do a Google search for the correct CPU fan and purchase it and install it back into your computer.
If your rear fan has a small 3 pin connector and there are no connections of that type on your motherboard, you will need an adapter to connect it to a four pin molex connector from your power supply. Something like this...
Flickering LED means power supply is overloaded with something. It might be inside of the supply, but sometimes it is something else. Try that: 1. Disconnect everything from the motherboard except power supply and power button; 2. Disconnect all power connectors from all drives; 2. Remove any cards from the motherboard so all you have is power supply and motherboard with CPU and RAM, nothing else. You can keep connected the monitor and keyboard; 3. Press Power button. Will motherboard turn on normally?
If no - check electrolytic capacitors especially around the CPU, if some of them are "popped" replace them. If yes - connect drives and cards one per time to localize the problem.
Hi, You can connect the CPU fan as normal but it can only run at one speed and voltage hence only having 3 wires. Your other CPU fan which had 4 wire was able to run at 2 different voltages and speeds and are mainly used to keep the noise down and run quietly.
You should still be able to connect the 3 pin connector of the fan to the 4 pin connector on the mobo, the keying tab is offset so that you cannot connect it to the wrong pins.
If you still don't want, or can't connect it there, simply go on the Bios (press delete after you turn on your computer) and you will find an option to monitor CPU fan speed.
If you need any more help, let me know
Power supply, that can be the cause.
Did you try disconnecting few devices to check if the CPU fan has enough power to turn itself on. Usually motherboard will have two connectors for the CPU fan, you may try connecting it directly to the power supply.
Also Check through the BIOS and see if there is a setting to disable the CPU Fan monitor (Hardware Monitor??) It should be where the temps and voltages are.
The BIOS in most computers has an option to monitor a CPU fan. If none exists, then the option needs to be disabled. I am assuming the error is occuring during the BIOS stage of bootup.
If the error occurs in Windows, it may be that some software has been installed to monitor a fan that doesn't exist. Sometimes monitoring software comes on the motherboard CD and someone may install it, thinking it is a driver. It is not necessary.