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Unit keeps powering down every 15 minutes

Hi, Our NF1750 keeps powering down every 15 minutes or so. The Procom software doesn't detect the fan spinning on the processor, even though the fan IS spinning. Switching to the other processor slot has been tried as well to no avail. Has anyone had an experience with this? Is it a motherboard failure or something else? thanks

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Check the internal sensors. There were 2 of them that sensed the internal temp of the system. the one in front sometimes would break. Those units also had a smart card that did all the montoring. Its the only isa card in the system. It can cause these weird problems.

Posted on Sep 03, 2007

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