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dleifmurb

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:) You guys have done wonderful work for me once before and I felt maybe I could use the assistant again. When I power my computer on, It says no CPU fan detected, press F1 to continue. Why does that happen?
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I means that the bios does not detect the cpu fan.
First open the case and make sure that it is working. If not you need a new fan for the cpu.

When u enter the bios you can look at the fan speed and the cpu temp.
You should look at the temp of the cpu.
You can also download speedfan here and this will tell you the temp of the computer in windows to keep an eye on things.
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