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Processor over heating

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.

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Suresh
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  • yutt Dec 16, 2007

    i have PIII when i boot my pc they have an error message.. the message is searching for floppy disk so i try to disable my floppy disk in cmos set up then same problem again when i boot my pc.. so whats the problem.. thanks \god"












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Yutt...

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...

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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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Hello,

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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