06-14-2003 07:26 PM - last edited on 09-15-2013 08:50 PM by Maiko-I
1. Can someone tell me how to turn this off?
2. All fans are connected, everything is BLOWING!!
3. What are the default dip switch settings on the motherboard - yes I played with them and think that's why I'm now getting an error about the darn system fan not working.
4. Bios: 01.06us
Someone please help me... It's a PIII VL400 1000mhz system.
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07-27-2003 01:39 AM
12-20-2003 08:14 AM
At last i found the Solution for the Fan Error in the bios.Here is the solution by which u will definately succed.
As u know there are three fan connectors sockets on this mother board.So all u need is to put a jumper on one of the socket of precessor fan.it is surprising but it really works.
where to put the jumper so that it will not show u the
fan error.in brief i tell you that the jumper should be put just near the power supply connector.Leaving the first pin from power supply connector side u need to put the jumper in 2nd and 3rd pins.
Then now u switch on the PC it will stop showing u the Error messege.
Best Of luck and please mail me also if u get this thing done or if u need the photographs sample to see the complete details where to put jumper mail me.Then i can send it by mail.
03-22-2004 07:57 AM
I also have the same problem with the Fan Error. I have tried the jumper trick but hasn't seemed have worked or I have done it wrong. Could you send a picture of it if possible?
Thank You in advance
10-27-2004 11:19 AM
heres is the odd part my cpu is passive so the cpu does not have a fan any way.
Hope I can get it to work I want my linux box back :(
10-28-2004 03:37 AM
Bubba Mcbubba wrote:
The fan connector that is being talked about it the one sitting behind the ATX power connector on the motherboard.. It's labeled "Power Fan" (The label is between the floppy and 1st IDE connector) Place a jumper on pins 2 and 3.. ex:
pins | |
(32)1 | | <--(ATX Powersupply Connection)
11-04-2004 02:19 AM
if you still get the error message then try to reset the settings from your board
1. put the jumper on pin 2 and 3 from power supply fan connector
2. set switch 1, 2 and 3 to ON (left bottom corner on the board)
3. power on
4. power off
5. set the switch 1, 2, 3 back to OFF
5. power on, this time you see a configuration table without errors
11-15-2004 01:22 PM
0 Pin #1
|| 0 Pin #2 <--- 
|| <--- 
0 Pin #3 <--- 
White plastic piece on this side