CPU fan doesn't work

July 11, 2010 at 04:48:41
Specs: Windows XP, whatever

Hello all , My CPU fan not spinning for a couple of weeks. So please don't answer buy the new one. I test the CPU fan is okey. But I think that was some problem in Power cord of CPU fan (4 pins). I attach another CPU fan again. But the condition is not out of zero. But I exactly believe that it is not the CPU fan error. What should I do ? Best Regards .... Homeboy

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#1
July 11, 2010 at 07:02:28

"My CPU fan not spinning for a couple of weeks"

Does that mean you haven't used your computer for a couple of weeks? If not, how is it that your CPU didn't fry without a cooling fan? Could it be that there's some sort of fan controller that adjusts the fan speed based on temperature & you just never noticed it before? Did you check settings in the BIOS?

Why did you put "whatever" for the CPU/RAM? Don't you know or didn't you think it was important?


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#2
July 11, 2010 at 09:19:40

ok first wutever is not a ram or cpu second jam mentioned something rather interesting abt ur cpu frying check th ebios if it has fan control

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#3
July 12, 2010 at 00:53:30

Yes Jam
Before "a couple of weeks" ...
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At one night , Some strange event occurs. On my screen the color setting of monitor was twinkle twinkle appears without pressing any buttons on Monitor. Then it become worse and the window has been suddenly shutting down without any error message. But I made the big mistake, that was I determine the wrong decision on Power supply not looking inside the system unit what happen. When I open the case and RUN THE PC I FOUND THE CPU FAN NOT SPINNING. But as Jam suggest me "To adjust the fan speed ", I really want to do it. The CMOS setting say goodbye to me, too little too late. I think so ... So ..Anything not appear on screen until now. When I turn the power on. I heard two beeps " Ti Ti" and some sound "Tuiiiiiiiiiiiii " Then the monitor light turned to "Yellow". That's all . ...... Now the only one thing in my head is to change the motherboard. How should I do Jam? Thanks for your answer. Jam . Advance Regards ... Homeboy


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#4
July 12, 2010 at 19:10:04

What motherboard do you have? If you know, what BIOS does it have? (AMI, Pheonix, Award, etc). The beep codes can tell you what is wrong.

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#5
July 14, 2010 at 23:00:59

i know this might not helping much.. but, i always check RAM first whenever i stumble upon this buzer-beeping and system-not-starting problem. donno why, may be they're easiest hdware to check i think. :D

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#6
July 15, 2010 at 02:28:03

My CPU is Intel Pentium 4 Prescott LGA 775 :)
I Don't know what type of my BIOs. :P

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