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July 12, 2017

Hardware Monitor found an error

Filed under: computer knowledge — admin @ 6:26 pm
My computer has been used properly, until a time when the post appeared the following tips: “Hardware Monitor found an error, enter POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP for details Press F1, to continue, DEL to enter SETUP”, if you press the F1 button to continue, and all the normal operation, what happened?
Answer: hint means “monitor function, find error”, enter POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP to see details, press F1 button to continue booting program, press Del button to enter CMOS settings”. This is because some motherboards have hardware monitoring function, output voltage temperature monitoring, can set the motherboard and CPU voltage regulator level monitoring and monitoring of each fan speed, when the function of the monitoring at boot time found abnormal situation, then you can enter the BIOS settings, “POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP” respectively in “Fan Monitor, Thermal Monitor and Voltage Monitor (different motherboard BIOS may have different) to repair (or close them), then everything is normal.
My computer has been used properly, until a time when the post appeared the following tips: “Hardware Monitor found an error, enter POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP for details Press F1, to continue, DEL to enter SETUP”, if you press the F1 button to continue, and all the normal operation, what happened?
Answer: hint means “monitor function, find error”, enter POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP to see details, press F1 button to continue booting program, press Del button to enter CMOS settings”. This is because some motherboards have hardware monitoring function, output voltage temperature monitoring, can set the motherboard and CPU voltage regulator level monitoring and monitoring of each fan speed, when the function of the monitoring at boot time found abnormal situation, then you can enter the BIOS settings, “POWER MANAGEMENT SETUP” respectively in “Fan Monitor, Thermal Monitor and Voltage Monitor (different motherboard BIOS may have different) to repair (or close them), then everything is normal.

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