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MY MOTHERBOARD TEMPRATURE ALWAYS 100C IN BIOS AND WHEN A USED COMPUTER 3 TO 4 HOUR IT IS SHUTDOWN IMEDIATELY

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Always shutdown"CPU Shutdown Temperature


Hello download a manual here:

http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/Downloads_Driver_Detail.aspx?MenuID=61&LanID=0&detailid=1093

Check the bios for any cpu overclocking settings
and set it back to standard settings.
Renew also the thermal cooling paste between the cpu and the cooling fan.
See if the cpu fan is running when the pc starts.

Be VERY carefull when you remove the cpu cooling fan
and take care not to damage the cpu.
And take antistatic precautions when you work on the mainboard.

If you have not tryed this before let a expert do the job.

Hope this will help you

Nov 22, 2012 | EliteGroup Computer Systems Ecs...

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How to reset your bios password. Step 1: Power off you computer and unplug power...


How to reset your bios password.

Step 1: Power off you computer and unplug power cable.

Step 2: Open the computer case so that you can see the motherboard.

Step 3: Find the 3 pin jumper on your motherboard and put it on the other pin. Ex: If it is on 2 and 3 you will want to put it on 1 and 2.

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Step 4: Plug your power cable back into you computer and turn it on. (Note: Your computer will not load you operating system.)

Step 5: Shutdown your computer and unplug it again.

Step 6: Put the jumper back into it original position.

Step 7: Plug your power cable back in and turn your computer on.

Now you bios password should be reset.

To enter the bios press the the F2 or Del key when your computer is turning on. (Note: This varies for different manufacturers.)

I hope that this helps you!
HelpDeskMan

on May 28, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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What te bios password for emachine. I want to enable my ethannet which in BIOS set up. But I do not now the password of BIOS. I have not set up myself.


How to reset you bios password.

Step 1: Power off you computer and unplug power cable.

Step 2: Open the computer case so that you can see the motherboard.

Step 3: Find the 3 pin jumper on your motherboard and put it on the other pin. Ex: If it is on 2 and 3 you will want to put it on 1 and 2.


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Step 4: Plug your power cable back into you computer and turn it on. (Note: Your computer will not load you operating system.)

Step 5: Shutdown your computer and unplug it again.

Step 6: Put the jumper back into it original position.

Step 7: Plug your power cable back in and turn your computer on.

Now you bios password should be reset.

To enter the bios press the the F2 or Del key when your computer is turning on. (Note: This varies for different manufacturers.)

I hope that this helps you!
HelpDeskMan

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I used 1gb ddr400 to my Asus P4P800-X, it works, but after a few days it always turn black my screen, sometimes i can used it more than an hour & sometimes 5 - 10mins long.. i used another 1gb ddr400.....


The black and blue slots are to indicate where paired sets of identical DIMMs should be inserted. So one pair would use the blue slots and the other pair would use the black. It's possible that your motherboard doesn't fully support this RAM type but you would only be able to find that information at the Motherboard maker's website. Hopefully they still have BIOS updates for that motherboard posted online so you can update it. Sometimes all you need is an update to the BIOS to support newer processors or memory.

Jun 30, 2017 | ASUS P4P800-X Pentium Motherboard

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My computer shutdown automatic & in the monitor it appear no signal input but the cpu still running.


try to move the bios pin it sits beside the bios batery it is 3 pins with a jumper put the jumper on the last 2 pins for 5 seconds then put it back that will reset your bios

Aug 10, 2010 | ASUS P5KPL-AM SE Motherboard

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Shutdown


if it is in a no power no boot situation you will have to replace the bios chip or replace the motherboard. if you update the bios ALWAYS MAKE SURE YOU ARE ON AC POWER AND HAVE A FULL BATTERY. if your battery is weak make sure the power cord is plugged in and secure . if your computer looses power during a BIOS update it is bad .

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Amd sempron


Make sure you go into the bios settings of your motherboard and shut off the on board VGA. You will need to plug the monitor into the onboard VGA adaptor before proceeding to use the secondary adaptor.

Feb 18, 2009 | AMD Sempron 3100+ 1.8GHz 256k Socket 754...

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6U214 Motherboard Failure??


1. try clearing your bios setup using the jumper provided on your motherboard. make sure that the computer is shutdown and power cable unplugged before doing this. make the jumper settings and wait for 3 to 5 minutes before returning the jumper settings back to its normal position.to locate the bios clear jumper; it's always near the cmos battery of the mainboard. after doing so, plug back your power cable and power "on" your computer. select bios or cmos default settings when you are prompted. save your settings and restart your computer.

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2. or try flashing your motherboard again using the latest bios file available for your board downloaded from dell website. and select to bios or cmos default settings when you are prompted. save your settings and restart your computer.

Jan 26, 2009 | Dell (6U214) Motherboard

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I HAVE P5RD1-VM ASUS BOARD NOW COMPUTER STARTED PROBLEM


Hi,

several reasons for this.

1:) CPU Overheating.
2:) RAM Overheating.
3:) Motherboard Component Overheating.
4:) FAN not operating correctly.

These are a few things that can shutdown a computer after a few minutes, also viruses/trojans et,c.
can shut off hard-drives. and even instruct the bios to change settings.

Check that the CPU And case fans work correctly.

Mike @ compurepair.


Nov 17, 2008 | ASUS P5RD1-VM Motherboard

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Cmos


Hi stan_z4, do you have the manual for you're board?
I'm showing the P4VMM2 is made by ESC = EliteGroup.
Which is not listed above (Intel D845EPI).
If you do have the board EliteGroup P4VMM2 than turn to page 11 in the user manual. The jumper for the cmos/bios JBAT1, Pins must be set to 1 & 2. If JBAT1 is set to pins 2 & 3 you will reset you're bios every time you boot up.

Don't have you're manual? Click on the link.
http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/ProductsDetail_Download.aspx?detailid=272&DetailName=Manual&DetailDesc=P4VMM2%20%20(V3.2A)&CategoryID=1&MenuID=82&LanID=0

Mike

Apr 28, 2008 | Intel D845EPI (INTELKD845EPILPAK10)...

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