if u are a computer whizz, help??Watch
If I run hardware doctor when the alarm sounds, the alarm straight away quits. As long as hardware doctor is run, there is no alarm. So how does this justify that the motherboard is too hot?? The system is a constant 42 degrees C and the system is a constant 56.5 degrees C.
Do you have any ideas on how i can get rid of this alarm without having to run hardware doctor??
thanks for the help.
I'd check in the BIOS n see what the settings are in there, the alarm can go off for other readings, such as Low voltages / High voltages. Check none of your fans are blocked either (if ur up to poking around inside) as the siren sometimes might go off because the fans aren't spinning fast enough ...
failing all that, jus find the PC Speaker and unplug it (Highly unrecomended!!)
Processors are capable of running fine even at 60-65, though permanent damage starts ocurring if you run at 75 or more, though don't rule out overheating totally.
If you wanna risk it, you can do as suggested and disconnect PC speaker
And if you unplug it you'll lose the amazing sound effects in old DOS games like Doom!
might be of some use, if not, have a look round the Abit website, someone out there is bound to have had ur problem