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In the bios I can see that my -12V is at 0V. Hehe [This message has been edited by Dude (edited February 27, 2001).] <(" )> <(")> <( ")> Kirby Dance! <(" )> <(")> <( ")> "I liek shinny things" Reply With Quote When you speak of monitor software, do you mean drivers for my display monitor or are you speaking of the hardware monitor? If it failes, you can thnink again. weblink

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The time now is 07:50 AM. urs is 7000++ Intel i7-3770K | Msi Z77A-GD65 | Sapphire HD 7990 Crucial M4 256gb | G. if the fan is not working you will get this message. Then it is almost concluded that the monitor chip is half-broken or the bios is misprogrammed.

All rights reserved. No, create an account now. I think that, if 12v is not supplied correctly, floppy and hd can't function from the first, does it? http://www.faqs.org/qa/qa-8960.html All the others voltages seems good.

PS. now what the heck is its problem i am not sure.. nedrick 22:12 06 Dec 06 system restore makes no difference to the problem woodchip 22:26 06 Dec 06 Did you go far enough back?If you have two sticks of memory, PC Advisor Phones Smartphone reviews Best smartphones Smartphone tips Smartphone buying advice Smartphone news Smartphone deals Laptops Laptops reviews Laptops tips Best laptops Laptops buying advice Laptops news Tablets Tablet reviews

Discussions Cyber Deals Vendor Discussion Forum Feedback Mod Hotline « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Hardware Motherboards Intel Motherboards P3 BIOS Hardware Monitor Problem with VCORE Voltages Posting Permissions great post to read Hope this helped. Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. Do you think that I need a new power supply or a new fan?

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In the bios I can see that my -12V is at 0V. Next, go down to the hardware monitor option and hit Enter. Did you change or add anything to the system before this started happening.

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local computer store is telling me it must be something else going bad and trying to sell me new computer. Comment Submit Your Comment By clicking you are agreeing to Experts Exchange's Terms of Use. View Results Poll Finishes In 5 Days.Discuss in The LoungePoll History About Us | Advertising Info | Privacy Policy | Terms Of Use and Sale | Copyright Policy | Contact Us© i have replaced my fan, but still getting error message at boot up.

I'm not even sure what is meant by the Power Fan, unless it is the fan on the PSU. I can still boot into the windows but after few minutes the pc reboots and I get the same message during the I guess initial/bios scan. how do i remove heatsink? this content Your answer will not be displayed immediately.

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Reply With Quote February 10th, 2005,10:36 PM #4 opavar View Profile View Forum Posts 5000 Join Date Feb 2005 Posts 4 Thank you for some of the suggestion offered. I use mine on a daily basis. If you'd like to get expert points and benefit from positive ratings, please create a new account or login into an existing account below. Try to disable one after another to see what makes your problem. 0 Message Expert Comment by:JohnFCarter2003-01-10 My guess is that it is your power supply (unless you have been

thats not doing any thing for me (setup defaults).. 7600rpms noway.. You can get out a voltmeter and test your power supply leads but the easiest thing to do is try another power supply. 0 Message Expert Comment by:JohnFCarter2003-01-10 oops, comment Try Free For 30 Days Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Safe to create an image of a failing SSD? 17 74 54d Is there an automatic USB switch to