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I think my cpu died,how do I take off old one with heatsink and fan attached. The motherboard is an iwill p4s.

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You will need to remove the fan first. Usually, if its a stock intel fan, there are 2 clips that lift up, then you will need to pry the edges out of the notches. Once you get the fan off, there is a little metal bar you will lift up to open the cpu holder and release the pins. Then lift the cpu up out of the socket.

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Will not power up


Most likely problem is either with the heatsink, fan, or thermal paste on your CPU, causing it to overheat and trigger the failsafe threshold in the motherboard's temperature monitor.

Since nothing shows up on the monitor your computer is not even making it to POST, meaning it's not even succeeding in bootstrapping. In my experience this almost always means your CPU is overheating (most motherboards automatically power off the PC once the CPU temperature exceeds 90 degrees Celcius to prevent permanent damage). You're probably not even hearing a beep code, which you would if it was something else, like a problem with your RAM.

Take off the side of your case and check to make sure the CPU fan is running and maintaining consistent revolutions per minute (5000 RPM is a good guideline for fans cooling multi-core CPUs, which means you should not be able to distinguish the individual blades of the fan while it is running).

Assuming your fan is in good working order, the next thing to check is the heatsink fins, which should all have the same curvature and the tops of which should be flush to the bottom of the fan, and the bottoms of which should lead into a solid sheet of metal (an aluminum alloy or copper) that is flush against the CPU die. Rarely will the heatsink be the problem in these situations, but it is worth checking in order to rule it out if nothing else.

Now check the thermal paste on the top of the CPU die and on the bottom of the heatsink. If it is at all congealed or thick enough that you cannot see the metal beneath it, you need to use Isopropyl Alcohol to remove the old thermal paste from the heatsink bottom and the CPU die with a 100% cotton rag or something similar, then apply a fresh, pea-sized dab of thermal paste (despite popular opinion the thermal paste you use does not have to be Arctic Silver), and then spread it on the bottom surface of the heatsink with a razor blade both along the grain and perpendicular to it until you have an even coating through which you can barely make out the metal beneath.

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My asrock 775vm800 restart automaticlly please help meee


Plz check the CPU temperature in BIOS>>Hardware Monitor if it is >70 it the problem with your CPU heatsink fan fixation problem. You need to clean the processor die and heatsink contact with IPA (isopropyl alcohol) and apply small amount of heatsink cement in heatsink fan and reinsert heat sink. Make sure all the heatsink fixing studs inserted in motherboard properly, it can be inspected by the bottom side of the motherboard

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Hi, I have an HP Pavilion a367c and the CPU fan is making a lot of noise. The noise comes and goes but "go" periods have been getting shorter :( . I think the bearings are dying. It looks like a typical...


I was going to say dust is whats causing it but then i relized you have opened your computer. So nevermind that.

The fan speed is controlled by the motherboard. The Pentium 4 processor tells your motherboard how hot it is. so then the motherboard turns up the fan faster. Thats why its louder when the CPU is doing alot and is quieter when its doing nothing. You can try replacing the fan yourself but i would recommend just getting a whole new heatsink.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=2010110574+1371026032&QksAutoSuggestion=&ShowDeactivatedMark=False&Configurator=&Subcategory=574&description=&Ntk=&CFG=&SpeTabStoreType=&srchInDesc=

they are cheap! I would recommend the thermaltake one.

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Removal of CPU


There are several types of CPU fan / Heatsink assymblies on the market these days, usually there is a lever, or two on either side of the fan that tension the fan and heatsink to the CPU socket. Once released the fan/heatsink should come off as a single unit. Sometimes you may need to gently " wiggle " the fan/heatsink in a rotating motion to loosen it from the CPU thermal grease.

Once the fan/heatsink is removed, the CPU slot will have a single lever on one side, this can be lifted, and the CPU should come out of the socket.

Remember to gently place the new CPU into the socket, it should only seat properly one way, so remember to note how the original CPU was seated.

Apply a very thin film of thermal grease to the top of the CPU*, and re-attach the cooling fan / heatsink unit.

*Thermal grease is quite inexpensive, and easy to apply, put a small dab in the center of the top of the CPU, and with a small flat piece of plastic such as an old credit card, smooth the grease out and spred it to the edges of the raised surface of the CPU.

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Need driver for my Iwill P4S motherboard for Windows XP


Here is a link to the drivers on your motherboard.
It requires a sign up (its free).
Watch that you only get the XP drivers.

Hope this helps.

http://members.driverguide.com/driver_search.php?q=Iwill+P4SE&si=1317010c1a18c502721f0ed125fed974&st=1257472499&gqm0=Iwill+P4SE

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How to change


Hi

Replacing the heatsink fan on a PC is not a difficult job, but it pays to be thorough, especially with cleaning the top of the CPU die before replacing the fan.

Don't be mean with money when choosing a new cooler either. With CPU coolers you get what you pay for. I personally always use coolers from a company called Zalman.

Ok ..with that out of the way ..the basics are ...remove old cooler..

They are either held on by a sprung clip that fits across the cooler and locates in lugs on the cpu socket surround, or they are held by screws that go through the motherboard.

Clean the top face of the cpu die carefully making sure to use a blunt implement ..... scratches on the machined face will lead to premature failure due to overheating.

If the cooler you buy has a "thermal pad" stuck to the face of the heatsink, then remove this too and clean up the heatsink face. Use good quality thermal paste on the top face of the CPU die, then fit the new cooler. Getting the right amount of thermal paste is a bit of an art .... too much is a bad as too little. The paste is NOT a glue. The paste simply fills in any imperfections on the machined surfaces of the cpu die and the heatsink to aid heat transfer.

Does this sound complicated? It isn't really. The key is not to rush it and make sure the surfaces are completley clean and the thermal paste applied correctly.

Here is a link to one tutorial on fitting cpu coolers that you might find useful:

http://www.jsyte.com/tutorials/replacehsf

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No beep,No Display on my monitor,only CPU heatsink fan is moving


have you thought about changing the battery on the motherboard, also checking that the fan on the cpu is seated properly with enough heatsink paste as both these issues will stop the pc from booting

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Sytem restarts frequently


hey

have you tryed to update with the newest firmware and drivers?

also i would try to replace memory. Maybee remove one blok at the time



/michael

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Hi, have you tried removing the CPU and using a Air Jet Spray can to clean all contact pins and pin holes? The problem sounds like a loose chip. So also check all on board chips are seated, including RAM chips. Air spray can be bought from most Computer stores. Goodluck mistyman

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