Solved: My Computer Doesn't Detect My CPU Fan
Unplug all drive cables from the board. The computer should run until it overheats, then shut down. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. What you'll need to do then is to take everything off of your motherboard except the CPU and memory. Source
Don't let the computer stay on for more than a few seconds. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! There could be an option to stop monitoring your CPU fan speed (I doubt it), and there should be an option to stop it from asking the pressing of F1, if Stay logged in Sign up now! https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-my-computer-doesnt-detect-my-cpu-fan.752780/
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Take out all PCI devices and try it again. This goes on until I flip the switch on the power supply to break the cycle, but I've noticed that the fan will sometimes get a little 'shot' when I do Greenpaladin7, Sep 23, 2008 #4 BG-0 Joined: Dec 31, 1969 Messages: 6,922 I really can't tell you that, because every BIOS is a little different... At this point, Gigabyte has been tentatively placed on The Great Big List of Mobo Manufacturers Whose Products VonPoon Will Not Purchase Ever Again. :| vonPoonBurGer on November 2007Xbox Live:vonPoon |
If neither of these things work then you've got bigger trouble. Greenpaladin7, Sep 23, 2008 #1 Sponsor lilLB Joined: Mar 19, 2006 Messages: 307 have u made sure that it is properly mounted? Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2214282/cpu-fan-detected-bios.html As stated above many motherboards will shutdown after a few seconds if no fan rotation is detected.
However, if the testing fan doesn't spin then flip the power switch on the power supply and try plugging it into another power socket on the board and turn the machine There was no onboard video on my motherboard, but if there was, that would be a good thing to try. At this point, Gigabyte has been tentatively placed on The Great Big List of Mobo Manufacturers Whose Products VonPoon Will Not Purchase Ever Again. :| I had a gigabyte mobo, may I've confirmed this to be the case with two separate, known good PCI-E video cards, two different sticks of RAM, and the bare minimum of stuff plugged into the board (video
So I don't think it's shutting down as a protective measure. this contact form If I switched the cable to the primary DVI port before powering up the system, everything worked fine. It might also be worth nothing that the monitor does not get a chance to display anything for the couple seconds that the tower is on, just 'PLEASE CHECK SIGNAL CABLE' Penny Arcade The Trenches PAX Child's Play Pinny Arcade Sign In Join Club PA Penny Arcade Comics News PATV Podcasts Archive Forum Shop Best Of...
Newton replied Mar 6, 2017 at 8:59 PM Word List Game #14 dotty999 replied Mar 6, 2017 at 8:58 PM Strange problem rw2358 replied Mar 6, 2017 at 8:47 PM Loading... Basically, I think there's a quirk on these Gigabyte boards where if you don't have the DVI cable connected to the correct port at power-on, it doesn't init the video. I recently just installed a new CPU fan from Zalman CPNS9500A. http://sumolinux.com/solved-my/solved-my-dad-s-computer-is-not-right.html Bendery It Like Beckham on November 20070 Frostozuna Registered User November 2007 edited November 2007 OK after classes I went home and turned it on again just to see what would
Now, with your computer on its side, plug it in and turn on the power as normal. or maybe the problem is due to it being an aftermarket fan? If the testing fan spins then you know that your original CPU fan is dead and you should just run out to the local electronics store and buy a new one
Needless to say I was a little shocked so I tried again, same thing.
So that's an RMA. Or maybe even something more serious like your motherboard crapping out. If you're developing an indie game and want to post about it, follow these directions. If you can catch the thing before it shuts itself down try giving the CPU fan a little flick to get it started and see if the machine will power up.
I've had the computer on for maybe 10-15 minutes with no problems, just idling, and the fan will occasionally stop for a little then start again without any kind of pattern. No, create an account now. If you'd rather have the fan spin all the time you should be able to disable the fan speed control in BIOS. Check This Out Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.
How to diagnose/fix it: Find a computer buddy and take your computer to his/her place (or have them bring theirs to you, either way will work.) Find another fan with the Before swapping out PSUs and such, just try a different CPU fan, or at least give the fan a little helping nudge and see if that gets it spinning. Explore the BIOS a little. the thing just couldn't start spinning on its own and the machine wouldn't start without the fan, so I just gave it a little flick to start it going.
Also, try unplugging everything but the bare essentials, try putting RAM in a different slot, basically anything you can do to narrow it down to one specific component. I've confirmed this to be the case with two separate, known good PCI-E video cards, two different sticks of RAM, and the bare minimum of stuff plugged into the board (video Frostozuna Registered User November 2007 edited November 2007 in Help / Advice Forum Crossposted from G&T: So I woke up this morning and went to boot up my PC to check So if I leave it alone after hitting the power button, it will run for 3-4 seconds, turn off, pause, turn on, 3-4 seconds, turn off, repeat.
An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Once you've got the motherboard power and 12v plugged in go ahead and try to turn it on (praying here helps too). You're absolutely right, it's shutting down to prevent serious heat damage. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.
This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Also, try unplugging everything but the bare essentials, try putting RAM in a different slot, basically anything you can do to narrow it down to one specific component. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... BG-0, Sep 23, 2008 #3 Greenpaladin7 Thread Starter Joined: Sep 23, 2008 Messages: 22 How do I stop my computer from whining about it?
Now unhook your power supply and hook your friend's up to your motherboard. Ruckus on November 2007 Raneados wrote: » so what SPECIFICALLY is the problem with my hole? 0 vonPoonBurGer Registered User regular November 2007 edited November 2007 I have a Gigabyte P35-DS3R, If the fan you just plugged in starts to spin then you're in business (Woo Hoo!). It was really dumb.
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