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By sc3reface ·
Hardware Monitor Found an error - how can this problem be solve?

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by 3xp3rt In reply to Hardware Monitor Found an ...

You have a bad component installed to or in your computer. Be more explicit.

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by sc3reface In reply to Hardware Monitor Found an ...

is there anyway to solve this problem? some says my cpu fan needs clean up, ive already cleaned it, but same problem

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Hardware Monitor Found an ...

If as I understand this correctly you are being told that the CPU fan is bad you can replace it with a new one or you can check the M'Board for a possible faulty reading from the CPU Fan socket. Actually is the CPU Fan actually connected to the right socket as if it isn't that will give you the same error message. Sometimes the CPU Fan gets connected to one of the Case Fan sockets and while it works perfectly you will keep getting error messages that the CPU fan isn't working just because it isn't drawing any power from the correct socket.

You should also clean out the Heat Sink just to make sure that there are no possible overheating problems with the CPU but if you are being told that the CPU fan is running too slow and it's connected to the correct socket you'll have to replace the Fan.

Col

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by sc3reface In reply to

ill try tranferring to another power socket,i already cleaned the heatsink and cpu fan, i got no error but it hangs up after POST Screen shows

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Hardware Monitor Found an ...

Well in that case Clear the BIOS by either changing a Jumper on the M'Board or remove the CMOS Battery. If you remove the battery make sure that the mains lead is unpluged as if you drop the battery you can kill the M'Board.

The correct instructions will be in the manual that came with the system or M'Board if it's a White Box.

Once you have cleared the BIOS you can reattach the jumper to the correct pins or reinsert the Battery and reboot at which point you'll get an error message telling you that there is a Problem and to press the apporate key to enter BIOS. Once you get into the BIOS all you should need to do is reset the Date & Time and then restart the computer and it should work.

Lets know if you have any problems.

Col

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by sc3reface In reply to

I might try that, I just updated the bios and installed the os but same thing i hangs up in the middle of installation

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by sc3reface In reply to Hardware Monitor Found an ...

When i check the heatsink, and the processor it was all dry, do i need to put thermal paste, may be its the cause of the problem i think

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thanks bro

by lagalag29 In reply to

thank to short post masegges

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