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    v333u cpu fan error!!!

    Hi all,

    I have a v333u (think it is a jetway) I decided to reinstall windows, anyway for some reason i went in to bios and set sytem defaults.... big mistake

    now when i power it up it says the CPU fan failure and shuts down, i can not get in to bios to disable it. the fan is going likr the clappers and is most definetely working. How can i get around this? i have tried doing a full reset on the CMOS (battery out etc) but still no good.

    fan is a thermaltake TR 2 It has 3 wires on the power connector I have always been under the impression that the yellow one was the sensor.

    Any ideas?

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    Make sure you have it plugged into the correct header on the motherboard.

    It is usually labelled clearly "CPU" or "CPU Header" ect...
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    you CPU FAN it is, right next to it. I am not a beginner but boards of this age have headers for multiplyers so need an old school dude i think, got a diff fan that i am gonna take in 2m and try.

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      • i7 3820
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      • 16gb corsair vengeance red. 1866
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    Installed a Coolermaster fan but still had the same error repeated beeps with flashing on screen CPU FAN Error. then it shuts down. need to get in to the bios!!

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