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Intrusion turned off and not detected

How do i turn my intrusion systyem back on

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If you're refering to the chassis intrusion... (Which is what I'm assuming.)

There should be a switch in the case itself that release itself when you open the case. Make sure that it is properly placed and angled and that it is connected to the appropriate pins on the motherboard. (Often labeled "CH INTR" or something to that effect.)

There is also usually a function in the motherboard's BIOS that enables/disables the chassis intrusion alert. Check to make sure that the function is enabled in the BIOS. (Don't forget to save your settings!)

There may also be a jumper on the motherboard that enables/disables the chassis intrusion detection. (Although this is less common.) Check around for that if the other options aren't making themselves apparent to you.

Good luck with that. Hope I was on the right topic. :P


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I have a dell and it said that i had a chassis intrusion I dont know what it means nor what to do help

That just means the case of the desktop was opened by someone.

Security Chassis Intrusion Detection note.gif NOTE: When the administrator password is enabled, you must know the administrator password before you can reset the Chassis Intrusion setting. This feature, if installed and enabled, detects that the chassis was opened and alerts the user. To change the Chassis Intrusion setting:
  1. Enter system setup.

  2. Press the down-arrow keys to move to the System Security option.

  3. Press <Enter> to access the System Security option's pop-up menu.

  4. Press the down-arrow key to move to the Chassis Intrusion setting.

  5. Press <Enter> to select an option setting.

  6. Press <Enter> again after you update the option setting.

  7. Exit and save system setup.

Option Settings
  • On - If the computer cover is opened, the setting changes to Detected, and the following alert message displays during the boot routine at the next computer start-up:

Alert! Cover was previously removed.

To reset the Detected setting, enter system setup. In the Chassis Intrusion option, press the left- or right-arrow key to select Reset, and then choose On, On-Silent, or Off.

  • On-Silent (default setting) - If the computer cover is opened, the setting changes to Detected. No alert message appears during the boot sequence at the next computer start-up.

  • Off - No intrusion monitoring occurs and no messages appear.

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What do you do if you have a window that say's, "Warning Event Notification;" "chassis intrusion detected. This typically does NOT indicate a hardware failure. 1. Contact your help desk if you did not...

Resetting the Chassis Intrusion Detector Turn on (or restart) your computer. When the blue DELL? logo appears, press immediately. If you wait too long and the operating system logo appears, continue to wait until you see the Microsoft® Windows® desktop. Then shut down your computer and try again. Select the Chassis Intrusion option and then press the left- or right-arrow key to select Reset. Change the setting to On, On-Silent, or Disabled. Hi, Above is the procedure for resetting the switch. This is directly from the on-line manual. If this does not work, just comment back. Thanks for using Fixya,.

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NO idea where it is in the bios either but if you disconnct the switch from the motherboard, then that might tell the unit that it is diasbled and not in use. Not sure if that will work but it might do the trick.

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Chassis Intruded!


Go into bios or cmos setup. when you turn the computer on it says what you need to press to get in there, look over the bios, look for chassis intrusion detection, turn it off, then go back to the main screen save and exit.

you won't have the problem anymore.

Thanks and good luck.

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Took hard drive out and put back in now green lights are on but m

Are you getting anything at all on the screen or just a green light on the front of the PC?
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Hi, Muhammad, It sounds to like you have been infected with a virus and will need to run an antivirus program at bootup. If you are unable to do this yourself then it is not a big job for a computer technician to do for you. Regards mistyman

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