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Around the same time, I read something about how shredders and copiers should not be hooked up to the same power strip as the computer and its peripherals - my mother Enter Power setup menu for details. « Reply #4 on: July 15, 2010, 10:59:52 AM » it doing it again, it starts up and shuts down with the power light flashing. Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. 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 weblink

any ideas. He's getting good readings on the power supply fan, its the CPU fan which is giving the error. #8 focuz, Jun 27, 2008 starfireone Expand Collapse New Member Likes Received: My computer makes a low beep sound then I get this error message saying. "Hardware Monitor found an error. The old hdd was probably a master on it's previous computer.

Rebecca Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit, Dell Dimension 620S, DSL internet connection (Bell Sympatico) rebecca, #8 2006/01/13 SpywareDr SuperGeek WindowsBBS Team Member Joined: 2005/12/31 Messages: 3,660 Likes Received: 334 Trophy ACPI BIOS Revision 1002 Award Plus and Play BIOS Extension v 1.0 A Initialize Plug and Play Cards... Perform an NVRAM clear.Click to expand... Forum FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders Advanced Search Forum Main Massassi Forums Technology Forum "Hardware monitor found an Error.

I was getting the same error. Also I used to have a problem with my secondary hard drive...but I no longer have this problem...it went away on it's own? Computer Hope Forum Main pageFree helpTipsDictionaryForumLinksContact Welcome, Guest. as to your issue, this if not mistaken is a Sony Desktop and not laptop PC?

esse nunca é desligado, é um domain server 2K que roda o antivirus de rede e alguns servicos menores... I have a problem with the type of power plug you are describing. I made sure the fans were working, replaced the battery, checked all the connections inside, took out and re-installed the heat sink, and nothing works. imp source when i reset the CMos maybe the bios thinks its missing that.

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Just to rule it out please set it to slave and try it and report. When I try to turn it back on, it won't go on unless I unplug the main power cord from the back for a few seconds and then replug it in. Last edited by Immoral; May 2, 2007 at 19:36.

Look I'm not saying your wrong or right I really appreciate your help and I think were getting somewere. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/97299-30-hardware-monitor-error-p4s533 If that doesn't work and it is indeed on it's own ide cable by itself try setting it to master. Deal with it.] [This message has been edited. Thanks.

ok so i loaded setup defaults. have a peek at these guys Computer shuts off when running...Hardware monitor issue.. At some point in time one or more of the fans either gets too slow or stops completely and your computer shuts down to protect the chip from the heat. Wow.

Glad to hear the problem's been solved. If it's working, blow out as much dust as you can, that will help immensely. Enter Power setup ... check over here These are used by the BIOS to measure FAN speeds.

I placed everything back and turned it on with the side cover off to see if the PSU fan and the heatsink and fan were working. Maybe If i used the ide cable that connects the master hdd instead of the DVD burner cable. truenorth Logged comdaTopic StarterAdviser Thanked: 6 Experience: Experienced OS: Windows XP Re: hardware monitor found an error.

Is it just because it was dirty?

I will report later today or tomorrow, thank you for the help. #5 Cyberblood, Jun 24, 2008 Blues Expand Collapse Active Member Likes Received: 1 Location: Tennessee, US I have Answer by Tina Submitted on 2/11/2004 Rating: Rate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great I'm completely computer illiterate. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? The printer was making all the right noises as if it was going to work whenever we tried to print something, but all that would ever come out was a blank

I'm guessing the problem is the CPU temp. What you can do I think there's a setting to disable monitoring of the fan!!! Answer by donna Submitted on 4/8/2005 Rating: Not yet ratedRate this answer: N/A Worst Weak OK Good Great i havbe question, regarding hardware monitor subject. this content Press F1 to continue, F2 to enter setup 12/18/2001 - I845 - P4B266LM ________________________________________________________ So I clicked on F1 and it loaded up just fine.

I have kind of an old PC. Some systems have 2 slots one for cpu fan and one for system fan. topshelf1227 Private E-2 Hello...can you direct me to what to do with my cpu issue...??