DELL.COM > Community > Support Forums > Desktop > General Hardware > Optiplex 755 Rear Fan Failure Join Sign in Optiplex 755 Rear Fan Failure Desktop Desktop computer Forums (Audio, General All Replies Posted by shesagordie on 17 Mar 2009 16:23 Jeremy Bentham Get an error on boot "Alert - Rear Fan Failure". Sep 22, 2006 #16 Enrique11206 TS Rookie i'm having the same problem too. some basic information: Dell Dimension 4550, Windows XP, the problem started ~1 year ago. http://completeprogrammer.net/dell-optiplex/dell-optiplex-520-error-34.html
The only rear fan I can think of is the PSU that is located in the rear--but as far as I can tell, it is working fine. 01-15-2014, 12:10 AM If the actual fan speed is slower, you might get the alert you are getting. Unplug the fan. I've been planning on rebuilding my pc and figured it's be best to get a new fan in the process if nothing else to get rid of that error message.
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Posted by Jeremy Bentham on 17 Mar 2009 21:51 I don't have a fan on this machine since it is the smaller form factor. Thanks 0 Question by:PDSWSS Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google LVL 74 Best Solution byJeffrey Coachman ..and 5,000 rpm and 7,000 rpm were just arbitrary numbers. Chuck B. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2944793/dell-optiplex-755-cpu-fan-failure-alert.html My Posts don't show up under view...
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After talking to a computer repair center that recommended I replace the whole board (?!?!?!?), I decided to... https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/775060-fan-failure-alert You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG, or JPEG. Dell Optiplex 755 Cpu Upgrade There is no other fan connector.. Dell Optiplex 755 Manual Spiceworks Originals We have some things for you to check out and tell us about. 30+ free ransomware removal tools Security Fact: No IT pro likes ransomware.
Now I get an even more annnoying message, with it telling me "Alert! news Note which motherboard connector the fan is attached to. Check your motherboard manual for instructions. Keep in mind you shouldn't use a case fan for the CPU, for example. Dell Optiplex 755 Memory
Apr 5, 2007 #24 herbiepopnecker TS Rookie Confirmed Dell Hater Says: Go to Dell support after all is said and done and update the BIOS. Laden... It's always been a loud fan, but this noise is definitely not normal, it is very alarming. have a peek at these guys Remove the hard drive fan: Remove the screw that secures the fan release tab to the hard drive bracket.
Is there any way to disable notification from BIOS or with software from windows. Dell Optiplex 755 Power Supply Creating your account only takes a few minutes. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
Lawrence Louie 99.125 weergaven 8:07 Simple Fix - How to Repair HP Pavilion 90B System Fan Error - Duur: 9:00. I've had a look inside and the fan seems to be working fine. Another fact: Most people like free stuff. Dell Optiplex 755 Bios If you remove the heatsink, then you have to clean it and apply fresh thermal compound to the heatsink before reinstalling it.
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You don't want to shut down or disable any fans, just turn off the notifications or warnings. Pamela Pratt 7.058 weergaven 13:12 How to fix Alert ! I can weld the connection part(wires), I need only matching fan with 4 connections on fan. any suggestions?
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No fan, no power cable, just a plastic tray to clip the hdd in. And my new cheap fan has only 2 wire. Be careful, because a case fan is one thing, but a cpu fan, if it fails, can cause your cpu to burn out. VleraBrite (TeraBrite Vlogs) 100.902 weergaven 14:26 FIX CPU fan error message of your computer - Duur: 1:10.
If you use one for a case fan, then the BIOS won't see it. 0 Message Author Comment by:PDSWSS2009-09-13 What is a case fan? 0 LVL 3 Overall: Level Previous Fan Failure. No. Also could you recommend a reliable 12v fan brand with a 3 connector piece and around how much the cost would be?
All rights reserved. But as I said, there is more than one possibility. Thanks 0 LVL 3 Overall: Level 3 Windows XP 3 Message Expert Comment by:pln11462009-09-03 To reset the BIOS to original settings you not only have to remove the cmos battery If everything checks out okay then this is just an isolated case.
A CMOS reset does nothing, so there must be another backup somewhere. Answer Questions Virtual Reality and computer processors.?