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Fan3 failure when i startup i get fan3 failure alarm however all fans are working

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  • elito16 Jun 11, 2008

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Go to bios and disable the fan monitoring for fan3, or all of them incase there is a error there. you can also try reseting the bios incase its a problem with the bios.

let me know if you need more help with this.

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