To get rid of the password you will need to go in maintenance mode and clear passwords.
Regarding teh temps, they are not normal, did you assemble the system yourself? is the fan on correctly? what about the TIM? and your casedoes it have good airflow?
Thanks for the response. What is maintenence mode? The heat issue was finally resolved the third time I installed the heat sink. What was happening was that one of the little black pins in one of the clips had broken and although it appeared that the heat sink was tight and solid, it wasn't. Replaceing the pin, replacing the thermal grease and refastening did the trick. Temps are now a LOT better, and its running fine. In the mean time I bought a bigger heat sink that I coudn't put on due to the fact that my fingers can't reach under the heat sink to push the pins down. Probably will just use it in another build, probably for an AMD where I'll hopefully be able to work the lever better than the pins in the Intel. The Big Shuriken heat sink is impressive looking, but doesn't do me any good if I can't put it on lol, though I'm sure it would make a very interesting knick knack..
Hi i am glad you got it sorted!!!!
Maintenance mode, iskinda like an override that takes you straigh inot BIOs when you boot and gives oyu an extra menu, where you cna clear passwords etc!!!
Guys if someone can help me
i have 3 pc's with Dx58 So motherboards after a while of working a blue screen pop up and the pc restart....
3.20 GHz - i7-960 8M/LGA1366
Kingston DDR3-1333 16GB
3TB WD1002FAEX 7200RPM S-ATAII 64MB Black Edition
Inno3D Geforce GTX 465 1GB DDR5 Dual w/TV
2 Viewsonic VA-92619" TFT
LG GH24NS50-24X DVDRW - Dual Layer SATA Black
ThermalTake VM20001W2Z Armor 60 case
Thermaltake TR-800P TR2 Bronze 800W PSU
MGE Eaton E-Series NV 1400H 1400VA UPS
As i know the blue screen is a hardware error....dunno where it is...
and i am connecting to the board firewire connection
Thank u in advanced for ur help