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Windows 7: Computer Temperature

10 Feb 2011   #11
kellyoake

Win 7 32/64 / XP - 32
 
 
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Hi, I know that this issue is old, however I have the same mobo and the same frustrating issue.

I've just updated the bios and installed a new CPU to upgrade my computer a little bit, i was running Win 7 but had a nasty virus so i'm running XP on another drive atm.

Installed Pentium Dual core

Issue Random Beeps from Mobo

Troubleshooting
- Upgraded Bios
- Shutdown ALL beeping options in Win Xp as it case cause internal speaker to beep
- Replaced Intel CPU Fan with A/C Freezer 7 (incase the Intel fan was not sufficient)
- Ran Mem Test
- Changed HDD (main C: had sector issues in past)
- Installed Speed Fan CPU running at 51deg C (verified that these run sort of hot and that prompted installation of aftermarket Heatsync and Fan. normal op temp is 50 deg)
- CPU is fine as I personally tested it


I can not find any heated part of the Mobo that could be causing the issue. Please Help! It's def a heat prob and I can't find it!!! (Btw I can touch the heatsync and it is luke warm)


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10 Feb 2011   #12
bigmck

Windows 7 Home Premium 32-Bit - Build 7600 SP1
 
 

What is the pattern of the beeps. Two shorts and a long or what.
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10 Feb 2011   #13
gregrocker

 

While waiting for the beep codes:

Why are you not running Win7 after infection? Is it cleaned up? Boot into Safe mode with networking and install, update and run full Malwarebytes scan on all drives. http://www.malwarebytes.org/

Next install Avast 5, update and schedule Boot scan for all HD's, restart for deepest possible scan.

You cannot rule out critical infection of BIOS until you're sure you've cleaned up Win7 or wiped it's HD to clean reinstall.
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10 Feb 2011   #14
kellyoake

Win 7 32/64 / XP - 32
 
 
Re:

Hi bigmck it's the exact Issue as the other guy, one short beep. As far as I know, Indication of high temp. I just can't find where the High Temp is.

I've blown out every spec of dust and unclogged all the fans (it was really dirty prior to installation of new CPU and no beeps)

The Win 7 Drive was Infected to the point where I started getting read errors, on the HDD. when I get my lazy ass around to recovering my data I'll most likely put win 7 back on and keep this OS on the little laptop drive, and pop it in when I have issues.

The Bios is fine, this issue was not happening with the old processor, I flashed the Bios to make sure if there were incompatibilities or issues with the old version everything would be resolved, it's also generally good to update when available.
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11 Feb 2011   #15
WDAexodus

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Kelly, there are a couple of programs you can use to monitor CPU and GPU temps. I use MSI afterburner for GPU temps/fan control and and ASUS PC probe for CPU temps and fan speeds. Afterburner is the Rivatuner redone into an easy to use GUI. Use these and see where your temps are at.

www.techspot.com/downloads/265-asus-pc-probe.html

MSI Afterburner
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11 Feb 2011   #16
kellyoake

Win 7 32/64 / XP - 32
 
 
Re:

Thank you for the GPU control, but I'm running the ECS 671T-M mobo. the other one only works for Asus.

The pentium D runs at 50deg normally, I think the mobo reports the temp 10deg higher than the internal temp, which i have access to via speed fan, but i can't figure how to turn the fan speed up : /
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11 Feb 2011   #17
WDAexodus

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Have you tried it? I was under the impression that it would work with any mainboard.
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11 Feb 2011   #18
kellyoake

Win 7 32/64 / XP - 32
 
 
Re:

I did, it does not. Only with Asus.
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11 Feb 2011   #19
WDAexodus

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Yeah, sorry mate. Thought it would. Speedfan is a good one to use. What is your GPU temp?

SpeedFan - Access temperature sensor in your computer
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11 Feb 2011   #20
kellyoake

Win 7 32/64 / XP - 32
 
 
RE:

In earlier posts i had mentioned that I was Using Speed Fan. right now, i'm not doing anything and it's at 47 deg.

it will go up to 56-59 but never hit's 60.

I think I might see a bit of an issue though, I installed my Freezer 7 and it's blowing heat at the PSU off the snyc and trapping it near the mobo, i think that may be causing the issue. I don't think i can turn it the other way due to space issues, so i'm looking into another solution atm.
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