Hi, in my system all the fans are stopped
after few mins when i boot up. i changed the motherboard and put a new
one.again same problem. then i changed the smps,hard disk , ram,cpu
fan, cabinet. then also same problem. then i removed the processor and
power on.. now its works. so i changed the processor which was working
perfectly in another system. then again i power on.. same problem
again. then i removed the new processor and put into its orginal
machine.. now both the system's fans stops after few mins. what will be
the problem? there is no restriction for the fan in the bios.
try to change the boot priority in the bios,set the hard disks as the 1st priority.if this will not help...clear your cmos by finding the pin in your motherboard to clear the previous setup and power on again...or check your floopy disk if its connected properly or set your bios at default...
Well, Problem could be complex if your not that knowledgeable in CPU are, the best thing for you to do is buy new CPU complete set or if there is a warranty contact the company where you bought your computer. They might have more way of helping you in this type of situation. If you have broken the seal the warranty will not be valid anymore. If your CPU is 3yrs old from the day you used it then you might encounter lots of problem because of either flactuation of electricity or probably somesort of low quality product which have a short life span. this day most of computer and other new tech gadget are usually problematic due to using nano chips. and low quality product. HOPE THIS HELP YOU.
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Re: Processor over heating
This is normal behavior. Fans normally only run when they are needed, and your computer has multiple temperature sensors that direct this behavior (they are primarily located on the CPU, which could explain why the fans all worked when you took the CPU out). You should only be concerned about the fans stopping if your computer is, indeed, overheating.
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Hello Sounds like you need a new cooling fan.You may be able to save yours with some electrical contact cleaner spray. Remove fan and spray. The cpu will heat up quick and shut down everything to protect itself.Im sure once you get a new fan you will be up and running again. You may consider reapplying new conductive paste to the processor while you have the case open.
hmm!! there is problem with your processor's heat sink only!!! your system is getting over heated so it shut downs automatically to prevent damage!! i have also gone through this problem!!! try changing the processor's fan!!
If that problem is happen check the monitor cable if it is correctly plug to the motherboard, if your motherboard have video card attach try to remove the video card, if the same things happen thee problem is the processor, you need to check the processor, remove it and clean then put a thermal paste so that the heat from processor will absorb by the heatsink, and be sure that the heatsink fan it working to prevent the heat.
you could try removing power lead then remove battery from m/b for 5 mins this will reset bios back to maufacturers settings then replace battery and power then try boot up if no luck then change motherboard
Hi there. When you turn on your system, enter the BIOS setup screen. Depending on your BIOS, you may have a section that tells you the PC Health Status. If you do, you can check what temp your processor is, and it may even let you adjust the warning temp, (it may be set too low). Some BIOS's will shut down a machine automatically if this temp is reached, to save the integrity of the system.
Yes, you may have a faulty power supply. Try testing it with another and see if the same thing happens. Also, make sure that your power supply is connected to your motherboard properly. Easiest way is to just disconnect it from the motherboard, check for any bent/broken pins, then just click it firmly back into place.
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It is important to use good quality thermal paste like Arctic Silver. You only need a very small amount on the heat sink. Too much is as bad as none at all. You care just trying to create a thin layer of thermal paste to fill in the tiny gaps between the processor and the heat sink. If this does not help an aftermarket heat sink with more fins and a better fan might be needed.
When adding a new graphics card (Your's being a PCI-Express), you must change a bios setting under the title " Advanced " section. Open you're M2N-MX manual & turn to page 2-21. You need to change the boot order for you're graphics to list,
[PEG/PCI]. Change Initiate Graphic Mode Select to [Disable].
These changes stop the onboard graphics card from loading & allow the PCI-Express card to load. The issue of possible motherboard overheating can be caused by many things. Here is a list of things to check.
1). Check the CPU heat-sink fan. Make sure the fan blades are
free from dust build up. Check fan speed in bios (Its RPM will be listed). It should be running a min of 2300 RPM.
2). Also in the bios is Hardware monitor. By booting into the bios go to this & watch the temp of CPU & motherboard. If either is getting too hot suggest you add a side case 3" fan to the system to help lower the CPU & motherboard temp.