Make sure to have the latest bios.
Do a CMOS clear.
Actually, try these steps below:
Go into the bios:
Boot COnfiguration >> System Fan Control Enable
Fan Control >> Automatic Fan Detection Enable.
Save and Exit
All the best,
Dear Rajiv thanks for your answer.
Yes I have updated te BIOS with it`s latest firmware. Unfortunately there is no Fan Control Tab and I don`t have such option as Automatic fan Detection. I also don`t know how to enter the Management Engine Bios Extension...Ctrl+P doesnt do anything on startup.
If you dont have control + P, it could be because of two reasons:
- May be you dont have it enabled in the bios.
- Or may be this board does not have it.
Go into the normal bios.
>> Advanced >> Boot COnfiguration >> Intel ME Setup Prompt >> Enabled
>> Save and Exit.
Then follow all the instructions in the document that i sent to you. Everything is explained in details.
I am afraid that there is no such option like Intel ME Setup Prompt >> Enabled in the Boot configuration menu.
There could be some other way. I can`t explain myself why is this not written in Intel`s manual or technical specification datasheet.
I see that you have been very busy with the BIOS. You haven't mentioned what OS you use.
In Win XP SP 2/3 check the Task Manager Ctrl Alt Del. Check the level of processor usage. If the graph climbs high, then there is a lot of processor usage. Try stopping some of the processes.
Keep the cabinet open when doing this. You can observe the results. When the processor load is reduced, the fan should slow down after some time of inactivity.
Only if this dosen't happen check your BIOS again.
Keep me posted