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Monitors go black randomly, can still hear programs.(Resolved)


Best Answer phillpower2 , 28 June 2015 - 09:30 AM

Enabling QFan results in CPU Fan errors when booting.   Aye noted that in your reply #36 and incorrectly thought that you had AI installed, I read the ASUS FAQ here and it says that... Go to the full post »


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Still no screen problems!

 

When you say that the fan is working fine does that include being able to control the rpms.

 

Where the BIOS errors are concerned, if the error is because you are using a different cooler the only way to resolve it would be a BIOS upgrade, ASUS are not likely to do this with a discontinued product so if there are no detrimental affects to your hardware you may need to learn to live with it, as a last resort you could contact BIOS Mods to see if they can help with providing an appropriate upgrade.


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I have the latest firmware available for my motherboard installed. Yes, the fans still spin appropriately based on temp. I think the motherboard just fails to retrieve the fan information on boot, hence the error. I set the motherboard to ignore the RPM so I don't get the error anymore. 


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Aye was aware of the BIOS Version: 0803 Date: 8/6/2012 information hence why I said that ASUS were unlikely to release an update for a discontinued product  ;)

 

You obviously keep a good check on your temps etc so your workaround while not ideal for you seems to be an appropriate solution.

 

 

Still no screen problems!

 

 


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