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CPU Fan error. how do i get rid of this

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I attached my rad fans to a fan controller, because they where so loud and don't need to be running at 1800 rpm all the time. but every time i boot my pc i get a cpu fan error screen and then sent into the uefi bios, when i exit windows boots but its a hassle. would really appreciate advie on how to sort this. thanks in advance
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Go into your bios and under cpu fan speed, put that to ignore.
    
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Originally Posted by MrTOOSHORT;14511504 
Go into your bios and under cpu fan speed, put that to ignore.

Yep what he said.

To be more specific find in the BIOS "Fan Monitoring" under which there will be list of 6 or 7 or so. Switch them all to ignore, or just the CPU fan speed. I turned all of mine off, I can manage to control my own speeds, im sure you can too lol
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ah ha, i had disabled cpu fan control thinking that would work but obviously it didnt. just did what you said and it worked fine. thank you
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Originally Posted by matty_AFC;14511565 
ah ha, i had disabled cpu fan control thinking that would work but obviously it didnt. just did what you said and it worked fine. thank you

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