Before posting on our computer help forum, you must register. If that doesn't work and it is indeed on it's own ide cable by itself try setting it to master. From the wire colors, I presume an old Dell Optiplex fan would do the job except that the connector might not fit. It turned out that my fan was very dusty.Less than two minutes of cleaning the fan was exactly what I needed. weblink
esse nunca é desligado, é um domain server 2K que roda o antivirus de rede e alguns servicos menores... Then I let it for a few min to get my laptop to write this out. Last edited by Immoral; May 2, 2007 at 19:36.
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The fact that it is deriving it's power from the previous power plug to the DVD should not be a factor. What you can do I think there's a setting to disable monitoring of the fan!!! when i reset the CMos maybe the bios thinks its missing that. this content Still nothing.
comdaTopic StarterAdviser Thanked: 6 Experience: Experienced OS: Windows XP hardware monitor found an error. Enter power setup menu for details." Lately I've been getting nice happy seemingly random courtesy-reboots... The motherboard model number would be even more helpful if you have that. 1.4 may be only marginally low in many cases. It has black, red and white wires.
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Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? For full access please Register. And, I don't hear a fan going inside my computer like I used to. check over here My cpu is a SONY VAIO PCV-RX650 Is there anything else that you need to know....please advise.
It was set to "auto", so that it was effectively "on" all the time even when it wasn't actually being used to shred anything - I guess whatever wee bit of Download and install EVEREST Free Edition 2.20 http://www.majorgeeks.com/download4181.html Run it, select Motherboard | BIOS to see what Model and Version is listed, then post back the info. if not with PC switched off and off at the mains, leave the power cable in as it earths you, then gently clean the insides of the PC out, caned air
Hardware Monitor Found An Error. what should I do? there isn't one on the power supply. Quote May 2, 2007,20:24 #5 Immoral View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Junior Member Joined May 2007 Posts 92 Re: "Hardware Monitor found an error." Intel Pentium 4 CPU
Cyberblood Expand Collapse New Member Likes Received: 0 I'm repairing a Sony PCVRX650 Desktop, but I cant still figure out why we get this message at boot "Hardware Monitor Found An Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Is there anyone that could give me other suggestions, because the error is still there. this content If its not the fan itself then it can only be two other things, a bad powersupply or a bad sensor. #4 focuz, Jun 24, 2008 Cyberblood Expand Collapse New
I no longer get this message now, and I didn't lose any use of the drive. No, create an account now. I'm visiting my mother, who has a Sony VAIO with Windows XP Home. new_dad, Oct 9, 2005 #3 new_dad Thread Starter Joined: Aug 8, 2001 Messages: 10 ttt any help would be appreciated new_dad, Oct 10, 2005 #4 Rollin' Rog Joined: Dec 9,
the only other think is that the PSU is bad, but i tried it with 2 different testers and everything seems ok, also there is no overheating problems, no random crashes And the dvd was set to master and cd write to slave. What I did is try many CPU cooling fans until I found one that gave the board a speed reading. Staff Online Now valis Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links