Have anybody a idea?
TPS says "
1.12.2 Fan Monitoring
Fan monitoring can be implemented using Intel® Desktop Control Center or third-party software.
There is no version of Intel Desktop Control Center for my motherboard. I downloaded Desktop Utilities, but there is no option to control fan. Which third-party software do mean?
And is a BIOS problem, a windows program can not take effect at the BIOS, isn`t?
Is there another way, to turn off this false message?
I don't know this specific mother board, so can't be alot of help.
The above was direct from the boards TPS (Technicial Product Specification)
Many BIOS settings can be modified by OS applications.
Usually there are manual controls for these in the BIOS set-up screens also.
The Desktop Utilities readme has a note that might apply.
ISSUE-3 -- If a fan cable is moved from one board connector to another,
===== Intel(R) Desktop Utilities might identify the fan by its
original connector position after the system restarts.
STATUS – Under investigation. Please use the workaround below.
WORKAROUND – Click "Fans Redetect" from the "Set Sensor Threshold"
dialog. The identification of fans will then correct after a
I installed desktop utlilities once again, but the workaround doesnt worked. My problem is, I have no fan connect to the motherboard, because my fans are connect with zalman air condition solution. The Bios tzhink now I have no fan and gives me a alert message. But this is not nessecary, because everthing is fine. I want only turn off this bios alert message at system start. But I cannot find any option at the bios. Thats my problem.....
The strange thing is, before the bios update everthing worked fine, I had no alert warning at the system start, but with the new bios version, this alert appeared.
ZM-MFC1 does have a connection to motherboard to check fan speed (rpm). Is that connected?
Check link below for details (picture illustration showing "How to install"
there is no connector avaible at my model. What should I do in this case?
Hi - I wonder if you have found a way to skip o ringore the false fan in chassis message. In my case, the mother board reports CPU fan rpm=0 (this hapenned right after I flashed 1979) - then I got the fan chassis message, but the CPU fan is still spinning - cpu temperature appears okay in Windows - 27C -