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It turned out that my fan was very dusty.Less than two minutes of cleaning the fan was exactly what I needed. About The Author admin I like posting dumb and funny stuff, if you like this post consider subscribing to my feed, if you have something interesting to share or just drop Service PC to prevent damage to the system. If you have a case or processor fan plugged into the motherboard, it should be obvious if one is not running or if a temperature is over the set limit. weblink

I still receive the "Hardware Monitor" detection when I first boot up the computer, but I can usually F1 right past that and have no problems with Windows. Also, if you did change fans, then you can always reconnect the old fan or a new fan or equal size and speed to the SYSFAN slot. I disabled the monitor system fan, as there is no connector on the motherboard and now, no error message. It helps if you keep the C: drive "lean & mean". http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/153103-45-bios-hardware-monitor-found-error

Hardware Monitor Found An Error Enter Power Setup For Details

Hope this helped. if the CPU fan does not move, turn off the PC IMMEDIATELY. Lennie 0 LVL 4 Overall: Level 4 Hardware 4 Components 2 Message Accepted Solution by:11750892002-08-29 Accordingly ASUS onboard hardware monitor detects: MB Temperature [xxxC/xxxF] CPU Temperature [xxxC/xxxF] CPU Fan Speed More...

Then as you move FORWARD [software-wise] provided all's well, make copies of good software arrangements. If the fan is spinning fine and the heatsink looks like it is attached well, put your hand in front of the fan and see how hot the air is coming Answer by Shantz Submitted on 5/10/2005 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great Hi Chris, Thank you for the advice.My processor fan quit.I took it out If it worked, then an option called Hardware Monitor will show up under the Advanced tab.

Reply With Quote 08-10-2005,08:20 PM #3 Whyzman View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Petitor SapientiaModerator Join Date Aug 2001 Location Land of 10,000 Lakes and Minnesota nice!! Hardware Monitor Found An Error. Enter Power Setup Menu For Details Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Iv been running one of my computers for over 5 years and i have never had a problem with dust getting that bad in a fan. Now I've done extensive search on that error, and many different problems seem to have prompted that error.

Check to see if you S.M.A.R.T 0 LVL 44 Overall: Level 44 Hardware 9 Components 4 Message Expert Comment by:CrazyOne2002-08-25 Sorry I accidently hit a key on the keyboard that Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Do u have a v-card? Reply With Quote 08-10-2005,08:41 PM #5 Whyzman View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Petitor SapientiaModerator Join Date Aug 2001 Location Land of 10,000 Lakes and Minnesota nice!!

Hardware Monitor Found An Error. Enter Power Setup Menu For Details

Perform an NVRAM clear.Click to expand... http://www.faqs.org/qa/qa-8960.html If not then there may be a problem with the drive. Hardware Monitor Found An Error Enter Power Setup For Details The CPU heats up very quickly so this is also normal. Hardware Monitor Found An Error Windows Xp The time now is 07:29 AM.

A new fan and heatsink will cost > anywhere from $9 to $50 (depending on what manufacturer and CPU and how > efficient you want it to be). have a peek at these guys If somebody else knows of another way to do it, please leave a comment. Publish Related resources SolvedDid my hard drive die? Try to use different soft like everest or check in bios.

If your fan is getting that dusty you are living in a very unhealthy house. When I followed your advice above, it had a monitor CPU fan and Monitor System fan enabled. right now im using my laptop. check over here my CPU temp reached 90++ deg celcius when it is not fit.

How to fix the F2 system fan error on some HP computers retrohelix September 29, 2012 [UPDATED Jan 3, 2014] If you replaced the system or CPU fans, or moved the SpywareDr: As best as I can tell, it's a VAIO PCV-W510G. I'm not too computer savvy.

This is your power supply fan monitoring cable.

I've tried everything I can do, which is very limited, admittedly. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. It has black, red and white wires. If you let us know what you situation is regarding your data, and access to Windoze OS we can perhaps offer more solutions...

Less obvious are the voltage tolerances. Next, go down to the hardware monitor option and hit Enter. My old motherboard never detected my cpu correctly (to later find out it couldn't fully support my cpu), however the computer still ran fine, and booted up with no problems. this content Turn off the PC.

Comment Submit Your Comment By clicking you are agreeing to Experts Exchange's Terms of Use. It gives me a choice to continue or enter setup. Rebecca, Those temperatures are within the 'normal' operating range. I've also heard that bad capacitors are a problem.

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I really like the tips you have given."That is a confusing answer ;-)Some HELP in posting on Computing.net plus free progs and instructions Cheers Report • Related Solutions› BIOS checksum error, Look for the heatsink fins to be all clogged up with dust, etc. 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 Could something be wrong with the fan?

bluzkat, #3 2006/01/09 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: less than I thought! Storage Hardware Hardware Storage Windows OS Laptops/Notebooks How to Upgrade RAM in your iMAC Article by: Ankit Does your iMac really need a hardware upgrade? Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. It seems incredibly unlikely to me, but hooking up the printer again has not resulted in further error messages, so the shredder it must have been!

These are used by the BIOS to measure FAN speeds. There are some folks who have offered information on how to "force" windose to reconfigure to the new motherboard. E-mails for all identities. [use the email client to move their home] c. This has been appearing for months with no real > performance problems...and no error messages appear IN > windows, either. > > I did look around at the hardware section and

is awfully high - could that be the > problem? > > - CPU fan speed: 3534 rpm > - System fan speed: 0 rpm > - CPU temperature: 94c / 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 The case I am using has two stock fans on the back, and I replaced the stock CPU heasink and fan with a Cooler Master Hyper heatsink/fan combo.