i have a hp desktop 810e m/b the cpu fan of this is working fine, yet i am getting this error.i know not what to do,i restored cmos default value but in vain.pls help me solve this problem.
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You need to remove the Heatsink from the CPU and re apply heatsink compound to both the CPU and the heatsink then replace the heatsink onto the CPU. the reason for the overheating and shutdown is that the connection between the heatsink and the CPU has become "Aged" and no longer transfers the heat like it should
Check the pins on the motherboard where you connect the CPU fan. Could be just a broken solder joint. You can connect the CPU fan to another connector for an alternate fan as a temp fix, especially if you are not adept at soldering.
open up the chasis and on top of the cpu the fan is located
try to reseat the cables of the CPU fan located beside the fan and if it doesnot work get a new compatible fan and get it installed by a local tech
the dreaded Blue-Screen of death.
Usually caused by:- Ram Failure ( memory Modules )
CPU Failure ( Processor Failure )
Hard-Disk faulty, not spinning et,c.
Cmos battery fault.
Missing/deleted/corrupted operating System files.
Possible Solutions:- remove cmos battery, from Motherboard for 10 seconds and replace. ( eliminates cmos/bios errors )
remove 1 stick of Memory ( Ram ) and test individually ( eliminates 1 or More Faulty sticks Of memory Or Slots )
remove, CPU Fan/heatsink, remove CPU and re-seat, re-grease with Artic-Silver or similar ( thermal-Compound ) replace heatsink/Fan. test.
Hope this points you towards a Sucessful repair.
Mike @ Compurepair. No-Links No-Nonsense Just Good Practical Advise :-)
Does the new fan have 2 wires or 3 wires?
The 3rd wire transmits the speed (RPM -- revolutions per minute) of the fan.
If the HP motherboard does not detect the "status" from the fan, then you get a "fan error".
Are there 2 places on the motherboard, close to the CPU, where the 3 wires COULD connect? If there are 2 places, connect the 3 wires to the OTHER connector, which should be labelled "CPU FAN".
Yes, It is possible to be a board problem much more likely to be a dust /dirt problem. I have not found anywhere to purchase the CPU fans by themselves.Would obve to be wrong on this one; seems that they are sold along with the heatsinks.
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