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Over Heats before fully boot

Over Heats before fully boot

Postby j0k3rk1ll3r » Wed Jul 07, 2010 4:05 pm

Good day everyone,

Let me just say that its been a long time since my last post.

So I moved to Michigan and all is well, After a recent Thunderstorm my computer ASUS M3A,Phenom x3 8750, over heats and wont boot at all, well it boots and gets to the my home page then it freezes, Ive reset the bios, pulled the battery, cleaned off the heat sink, and put a box fan directly on the open side of the case, nothing works, Ive checked the board, i dont have any blown caps., and i dont smell any burnt electronics.
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Re: Over Heats before fully boot

Postby augie » Wed Jul 07, 2010 10:56 pm

I'm sure your HS/F fan is working but is there a small fan inside the chipset module? I'll assume you've checked that all fans are properly plugged.
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