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Disable Chassis intrusion detection ASUS P5SD2-VM Motherboar

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SOURCE: got a chassis intrusion problem

When you removed the side-panel from the computer-case, you tripped the "intrusion" alarm,
i.e., somebody has opened-up the computer (to "steal" sticks of RAM, or disk-drives, or other components). If you know who opened the case, enter BIOS SETUP and "clear" the "alarm".
If you don't know who opened the case, you need to find out who did it, and why they did, and what they did.

Posted on Dec 10, 2010

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HOW TO ENTER BIOS


Hello, I am the technician that will be assisting you today. My name is Norman-Wynne Damstra.

Welcome to Fixya, Isagani C. Capitle.

Turn your computer on and then tap the delete key repeatedly to enter the BIOS. This is done during the Power On Self Test, the first few seconds when a computer is powered up.

Then once in the BIOS you will have to navigate to the option for chassis intrusion. Disable it or reset it if necessary.

Save and Exit.

Take care!
Norman-Wynne Damstra

Dec 25, 2011 | ASUS COMPUTER INTL P5SD2-VM MBD MATX LGA...

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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?

Jun 16, 2011 | ASUS COMPUTER INTL P5SD2-VM MBD MATX LGA...

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Got a chassis intrusion problem with my Asus P5sD2-vm board. how can i fix it?


When you removed the side-panel from the computer-case, you tripped the "intrusion" alarm,
i.e., somebody has opened-up the computer (to "steal" sticks of RAM, or disk-drives, or other components). If you know who opened the case, enter BIOS SETUP and "clear" the "alarm".
If you don't know who opened the case, you need to find out who did it, and why they did, and what they did.

Dec 10, 2010 | ASUS COMPUTER INTL P5SD2-VM MBD MATX LGA...

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Hello, i'am italian a don't speak english correctly i'have a problem my motherboard asus p5p800 vm have one error I gett Chassis inrusion error message - system halted THE SOLUTION? TANKS!


Go to the BIOS. Just restart your computer and while restarting, keep on pressing "f2" key or the "del" key, sometimes "f8" until you see the option that you can go to setup/bios. On the Bios menu, just find there the option to disable the Chassis Intrusion detection.

Oct 07, 2010 | ASUS P5P800-VM Motherboard

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I have a Asus P5VD2-VM SE and when i boot my pc this show me a message Chasis intruded System Halted someone can help to solve this problem


You will need to go into your system BIOS and disable the Chassis Intrusion Sensor. BIOS is accessed by pressing the "del" key during the initial POST screen (or when giant Asus logo is on the screen) .

Look through there and located and disable the chassis intrusion sensor. If you can't find it, reference your manual for the board. If you don't have one, one can be downloaded in PDF format from the Asus website.

Be careful when in the BIOS, changing anything to an incorrect value could render your system useless! Don't play with anything, unless you explicitly know what you are doing, and what the setting does...

Be sure to "Save and Exit" in order foe the changes to stick.


Dec 18, 2009 | ASUS P5VD2-VM SE - Motherboard - micro ATX...

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Chassis intruted error show


I guess this happens without your PC case open yes?

two options are available to you
1 - Check to ensure motherboard is earthed properly to the case (make sure the board is screwed in properly on the mounting posts. This is the usual reason why the intrusion error malfunctions.
2 - disconnect the chassis intrusion wire from the motherboard if 1 isn't the cause.

Oct 16, 2009 | ASUS COMPUTER INTL P5SD2-VM MBD MATX LGA...

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How to fix chassis intruded ..fatal error..system halted...is it my cpu become damage?


It is unlikely that your CPU is damaged

You need to enter the BIOS and turn off chassis intrusion.

It is an option in the bios that is only useful if you have the switch on the computer case that supports it otherwise it will give you the error you see if enabled

Sep 14, 2009 | ASUS COMPUTER INTL P5SD2-VM MBD MATX LGA...

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ASUS P5LD2-VM Chassis Intrude


Do you mean the pins for the chassis intrusion on the board are broken off?
if not broken then just jumper them and bypass the switch.

Jan 26, 2008 | ASUS P5LD2-VM Motherboard

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