If your CPU is warmer than say 60ish Degrees Celsius, then either your CPU fan isn't working (the fan/heatsink that sits directly on your processor, should be the tallest thing on What say you? or ??? really dont want to go that route. weblink
Report • Start a discussion Related Solutions› [Solved] Lenovo Y410P will not boot › computer will not turn on/off › [Solved] Dell M6300 will not boot with 150 Watt Power supply-thinks I'd like to thank those of you who have commented and confirmed the use of Ctrl+10. I also put all the options to Ignore, but I still get the error message everytime the PC boots. Thanks! http://www.faqs.org/qa/qa-8960.html
i want to do a BIOS update but i cant boot windows... Power on, pressing F2 to get into 'SETUP'. Thanks for the help! The CPU heats up very quickly so this is also normal.
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Back to top #5 flyfishingrules2 flyfishingrules2 The great fish eat the small. Answer by ranga Submitted on 6/18/2004 Rating: Rate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great Its better to reset the BIOS Answer by Frank Submitted on 7/20/2004 Rating: Rate the thing is, I cant really get inside the fan, and I dont wanna damage anything trying to take it out.. view publisher site Doc Microsoft Safety & Security Center SpywareDr, #5 2006/01/12 Contributing Member rebecca Well-Known Member Thread Starter Joined: 2004/07/31 Messages: 642 Likes Received: 1 Trophy Points: 108 Location: Longlac, Ontario Computer Experience:
All Rights ReservedAd Choices The information on Computing.Net is the opinions of its users. http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forum/helproom-1/hardware-monitor-finds-problem-startupgo-power-setings-etc-4089637/ Again, great information, can't thank you enough FERNANDO DA COSTA August 16, 2016 Reply Muito obrigado ctrl+ f10 🙂 psymon August 14, 2016 Reply you are a [email protected]%$$G GENIUS THANK YOU!!!!!! McManus Back to top Back to User to User Help 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear PC Pitstop Forums Rebecca Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit, Dell Dimension 620S, DSL internet connection (Bell Sympatico) rebecca, #6 2006/01/13 SpywareDr SuperGeek WindowsBBS Team Member Joined: 2005/12/31 Messages: 3,660 Likes Received: 334 Trophy
For full access please Register. have a peek at these guys Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Look at your Control Panel by Themisive / August 9, 2005 11:48 PM PDT In reply to: Thanks, In there check the Regional It's a budget setup built from old bits from my old pc and a few bits I picked up from a car boot sale. retrohelix December 31, 2015 Reply Are all the fans working?
bassfisher6522 replied Oct 17, 2016 at 6:57 AM USB1.1? If it's working, blow out as much dust as you can, that will help immensely. Thankfully there seems to be a solution. check over here I have a sony also, and the specs are following: http://www.docs.sony.com/release/specs/PCVRX650spec.pdf pretty much the same model as yours, and I have no solution yet.
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Thanks Feltram Your answer will be published for anyone to see and rate. Cookies Registration Notice "Hardware monitor found an error" Discussion in 'PC Hardware' started by rebecca, 2006/01/08. 2006/01/08 Contributing Member rebecca Well-Known Member Thread Starter Joined: 2004/07/31 Messages: 642 Likes Received: 1 Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - finding error message by littletoot / August 10, 2005 1:49 PM PDT In reply to: Hardware Monitor found an error On startup I I re-wrote it to what I think is easier to understand.
I am thinking a bad BIOS chip. Typ vcore=1.6-1.7V 3.3 and 5 v at nominal +/-0.2v +12v = nominal +/-.5v This should also clear your booting error message. More... this content Thanks Robin don February 27, 2016 Reply thanks for your post, I'm having a problem the area in the bios for the cpu fan speed are greyed out and its not
Thanks everyone! To see our advertising disclaimer head over to the bottom of the site, or click here. Make sure the plug labled P-2 is plugged into the mother board.This plug is very loose on most mother boards and controls the power signal to the mother board. Thanks Cris Answer by RTFC Submitted on 5/12/2005 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great i have the same problem, when i boot my system
Your name or nickname: If you'd like to create a new account or access your existing account, put in your password here: Your answer: Check spelling FAQS.ORG reserves the right to A. Answer by recai Submitted on 7/20/2006 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great well i have the same problem. Emperor Penguin 08:42 30 Oct 11 Answer I changed the psu yesterday and the problem is gone now.
any ideas. Do you think that I need a new power supply or a new fan? Join our site today to ask your question. Barclay 1509 Advanced Member 6,579 posts Gender:Male Location:North Dakota Posted 30 April 2005 - 12:04 PM I think it is related to an Uninterrupted Power Supply message: Right click your desktop,
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane. These are used by the BIOS to measure FAN speeds. [email protected] Answer by feltram Submitted on 3/7/2007 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great I have a comp which is giving me the same error,When System fan?