RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows Vista (Solved) - CPU fan error! (18 posts) Started 6 as in that one plug is responsible for power and etc.? Update the BIOS to the latest version. If it is normal [round 30-35 C] start some game and check with SpeedFan CPU temperature after 20-30 minutes... check over here
BIOS is the most accurate and you should stick with BIOS temperatures. COPYRIGHT © 1997- · MECHLER ENTERPRISES, LLC. my apologize to luke sorry if that came out a bit harsh, i've been quite frustrated recently about all the problems this computers been having considering it's only been 6 months Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose FIX CPU fan error message of your computer Mamu Borah SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe27,41027K Loading... https://www.asus.com/support/faq/1006064
The fan speed was at 1125rpm, which I think is normal. nope no luck I tried rendering an image and it shot the CPU temp to 64C but the fan didn't start doesn't really get higher then that tho... Mine does about 1200rpm and doesn't seem to increase when I'm thrashing the system.
When you see the error message "CPU FAN Error" in POST, it means the system doesn't detect the FAN. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. just a quick question to anyone that has assembled a computer... Cpu Fan Error On Boot Stay logged in PCMech Community Forum Home Forums > General & Off Topic > Archives > Premium Member Lounge > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Recent Posts Forum Rules About Contact
If you already corrected it and still got the error that because your fan is not meet the minimal speed fan threshold requirement. Asus P5q Em Manual SpeedFan you can download from here: http://www.almico.com/sfdownload.php It is not accurate as BIOS but it is the only way to check it while you are playing games... ALL RIGHTS RESERVED Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading... The time now is 06:16 AM.
By the way, does anyone know what a "normal" speed is on a retail-boxed fan sitting atop a Q9550? How To Fix Cpu Fan Error LinusTechTips 1,181,230 views 13:54 Configurações e funções do Setup do Bios da placa mãe Asus M5A78L-M LX [PT-BR] - Duration: 17:12. but eventually we just replaced the fan within the v10 with another coolermaster fan. Sign in to report inappropriate content.
we dismantled the V10 (saved myself 2 weeks by sending to coolermaster to be repaired) and it turns out that the main fan (2 fans inside the v10) seemed to be in the last photo the red circle is the fan thats not working.. Asus P5q Em Overclocking Techquickie 155,451 views 5:58 Loading more suggestions... Asus P5q Em G45 http://xpdrivers.com/asus/_2_135295.cfm Marvin Thanks!
Trey Patrick 880,655 views 9:34 How To Paint Your PC Fans - Duration: 8:32. check my blog Now it works perfectly fine with no problems..the only thing i lost were those cool red lights I had on the original... = ( now I can't see anything inside the Do I need a chassis fan? Take the fan out, connect it up to an external power supply. Cpu Fan Error Asus
I have a 4-wire fan, so I assume that means I can control the speed (the blue wire on the left?). You can refer to the steps below to resolve the issue. 1. I've also noticed that the "PWR_FAN" connector on my mobo isn't used (the PSU has no connector for it). http://wiicentre.com/cpu-fan/asus-z87-pro-cpu-fan-error.html I quickly removed the case cover worried that my cpu will overheat..
problems fixed... Cpu Fan Speed Error Detected The PC held up through a quick install of Windows 7 and I did not encounter any overheating. Home>Support>[Page Name] >[level 1] >[level 2] >[model] ASUS recommends Windows 7.
Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... I've read the article on CPU cooling, which says that after removing the heatsink more paste needs to be applied but another section says it's OK for the paste to dry Terms & Conditions LinkBack LinkBack URL About LinkBacks Bookmark & Share Digg this Thread! have a peek at these guys But after I did a reformat i've been getting an error when I start up my computer that says: CPU Fan Error!
Also I used the heatsink fan that came in the box w/Intel and Freezer 7 Pro both say "CPU Fan Error".....Help Please!!! Roma Svidenko 41,388 views 2:02 How To Fix Cpu Fan Error - Duration: 5:50. The error was gone. How-To Geek Articles l l Subscribe l l FOLLOW US TWITTER GOOGLE+ FACEBOOK GET UPDATES BY EMAIL Enter your email below to get exclusive access to our best articles and
User Name Remember Me? Currently using WHS hardware.... #5 (permalink) December 12, 2008, 10:57 AM Chilly Hall Of Fame Join Date: Sep 2007 Location: Ontario Posts: 2,593 Quote: Originally Posted by 3.0charlie Sign in to make your opinion count. Please try the request again.
Home Reviews Forums Forum Rules Links Contact Site Map Copyright © 2006-2015, HardwareCanucks.com. Loading... Here are my computers full stats: Windows Vista Ultimate 64bit ASUS P6T Motherboard Intel Core i7 940 2.93Ghz Q-FX1700 512MB Quadro 12GB Ram (2 x Corsair TR3X6G 1333C9 GB RAM) Cooler You can set Monitor->CPU FAN Speed to [Ignore] if you don't want to open the computer case. *You can set CPU FAN Speed to [Ignore] if your computer coming with water
Press F1 to Resume (Heres an image of the error on start up) At first i looked down at my fan and saw that it continued to spin after this error, Loading... Posts: 2,865 OS: Windows 7 Professional x86 :W7 x 64 My System Any time that you remove the cpu cooler you should reapply the heatsink paste. Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top lukeocom Posts: 70 This post has been reported.
First we need to check that the fan is fit in the right connection, and take it one step at a time from there, Matt Reports: · Posted 6 years ago If you are still getting errors it might be a mobo issue. If you run your system with out warnings from your mobo make sure you use a system monitor that measures cpu temps. Yes No because?
blue circles are the fans that I can identify in my computer and they seem to be working fine... Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top Richard0600 Posts: 51 This post has been reported. Have a look inside of your case, things are not as hard as you think they are when coming to checking for cables etc. Is it possible to plug a second chassis fan into this connection? 11-10-2009, 01:53 AM #6 vladimirb Registered User Join Date: Mar 2008 Location: Banja Luka, Serb Republic