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Message confirmation I am getting the following message and I cannot figure out what to do... "The system intruded, chassis opened or tampered before. Please check the system. Ofcourse I tried closing the computer case, but it still comes up. I have just put this mother board in... does anyone know what I can do?

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You need to go into your BIOS and disable chassis intrusion detection. You can get into your BIOS usually by pressing either F!, F2, DEL, or F10 when the computer boots up. Check with your motherboard manual or look on the startup screen for the correct key.

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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