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About McJones9631

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  • Birthday Nov 23, 2001


  • CPU
    Ryzen 7 3800X
  • Motherboard
    Asus ROG Strix B550-F
  • RAM
    32GB Corsair Vengeance 3600MHz
  • GPU
    XFX Radeon RX 580
  • Case
    Gateway G-400
  • Storage
    500GB WD_Black SN750, 500GB Samsung 870 Evo
  • PSU
    Corsair CX 650
  1. I have a older HP Compaq desktop that the rear chassis fan is starting to go out, so I tried to replace it with a Noctua 92mm fan, and after popping it in I got a chassis fan error in BIOS. After putting back in the original fan, same issue is happening. HP support was gonna charge me to talk about it over chat support, so I don’t know what to do from here. I updated the BIOS and everything but nothings working, it just ramps up the fan speed and says there’s no fan inserted until the fan starts rattling. What do I do from here?
  2. Celeron, don't remember the exact specifications, but its socket 370. CMOS has been replaced twice and still no post.
  3. I have an MSI MS 6368 motherboard from 2003 I received from a coworker. I decided to repurpose it for a Windows XP build I want to do, but I'm hitting a large snag: The motherboard will not post. I am using an EVGA 600W non-modular power supply hooked up to the 20 pin ATX, and have a SATA hard drive hooked up via an adapter to IDE 1 on the motherboard. The CPU fan turns on, the PSU fan turns on, and the case fan turns on as well, but I get no display nor BIOS. I have tried reseating the Celeron processor, moving the mixed RAM into all sorts of configurations, and I even took all the RAM out to
  4. We have an older desktop from about 2006 at home that has sat in our office unused for awhile. I went to boot it up, and it booted in to the OS (Windows XP) but refused to do anything. Turning it off and back on again displayed an error that there was no boot disk. Putting the drive (A Seagate Barracuda 7200.9) in my external dock proved the disk was in fact spinning, but I am unable to see any information from it. What can I do to recover information from it? I would like to in theory clone the drive to a new SSD to be able to use the computer, but the first step would be to at least get info