• Our team is working to address issues posting quotes or media to the forums. Please bear with us as we get this sorted out.

[SOLVED] CPU FAN ERROR bios

valrog

Distinguished
Dec 27, 2012
220
2
18,685
0
I have a P8H61-M PRO and everytime i boot up it gives a cpu fan error. Im able to boot into windows by going to boot options and just clicking the ssd where the os is in. But how do i fix this error. My h7 cryorig is working normally. and it is connected to the 4pin header (cpu_fan).
 

Barty1884

Retired Moderator
The BIOS may have an issue with the low end of the rpm scale for that fan ~300rpm.

You might be able to modify the lower end - it might be set to warn if the rpm is <600rpm (for example). The BIOS might let you lower that to 300rpm, might not.

Failing that, you should be able to disable the CPU_Fan error warning in the BIOS itself, but be careful with that as you'll no longer get a warning if it were to actually fail.
 

valrog

Distinguished
Dec 27, 2012
220
2
18,685
0


ive tried looking for a setting to disable it but i just cant find it. Can i ask what its usually called or where do i usually find it.
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY