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January 4, 2014 10:49:58 AM

Hello, I just recently put a computer together and i keep getting a Chassis Intrusion error. The guy at my tech shop said that I could disable the error in my BIOS I searched for twenty minutes and the only thing I did was go under the APM and said to ignore the Chassis fan. please help.

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January 4, 2014 10:56:41 AM

what motherboard?
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January 4, 2014 11:02:56 AM

Sorry, forgot to mention ASUS M5A97 Le R2
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January 4, 2014 11:17:37 AM

USAFRet said:
From the manual: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM3+/M5A97_LE...

pg 1-23 to physically unhook the cable.


That's also part of the problem... Ilost the jumper caps if thats what youmean. i'm a bit of a newbie when it comes to computers, so what cable do you mean? I'll reply if I figure it out on my own.
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January 4, 2014 11:20:46 AM

So, if I lost the jumper cap,can I just place a "HDD LED" over the cap?
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January 4, 2014 11:25:26 AM

ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
From the manual: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM3+/M5A97_LE...

pg 1-23 to physically unhook the cable.


That's also part of the problem... Ilost the jumper caps if thats what youmean. i'm a bit of a newbie when it comes to computers, so what cable do you mean? I'll reply if I figure it out on my own.


Well..it's supposed to have either the jumper on it, or the cable which is attached to the case. I would imagine that no cable OR no jumper would result in Intrusion = YES.

So find the jumper, or buy one somewhere, or otherwise disable the case switch.
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January 4, 2014 11:26:19 AM

ChooseCooMcGoo said:
So, if I lost the jumper cap,can I just place a "HDD LED" over the cap?


I wouldn't. The jumper is there to short out the signal.
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January 4, 2014 11:28:11 AM

USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
From the manual: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM3+/M5A97_LE...

pg 1-23 to physically unhook the cable.


That's also part of the problem... Ilost the jumper caps if thats what youmean. i'm a bit of a newbie when it comes to computers, so what cable do you mean? I'll reply if I figure it out on my own.


Well..it's supposed to have either the jumper on it, or the cable which is attached to the case. I would imagine that no cable OR no jumper would result in Intrusion = YES.

So find the jumper, or buy one somewhere, or otherwise disable the case switch.


I'm very thankful and all, but how would I disable the case switch? Is that also in the manual?
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January 4, 2014 11:29:48 AM

thank you very much for all of your help. Last question, would tinfoil work as a jumper cap? I heard somewhere that it would.
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January 4, 2014 11:33:30 AM

ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
From the manual: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM3+/M5A97_LE...

pg 1-23 to physically unhook the cable.


That's also part of the problem... Ilost the jumper caps if thats what youmean. i'm a bit of a newbie when it comes to computers, so what cable do you mean? I'll reply if I figure it out on my own.


Well..it's supposed to have either the jumper on it, or the cable which is attached to the case. I would imagine that no cable OR no jumper would result in Intrusion = YES.

So find the jumper, or buy one somewhere, or otherwise disable the case switch.


I'm very thankful and all, but how would I disable the case switch? Is that also in the manual?


There is probably a springloaded switch. Open the case, and it sends a pulse to the motherboard "Hey! Someone opened me!"

To disable, you'd have to find a way to make it always closed. How, exactly? Without looking at it, I couldn't tell.

But the location would be in the user manual for the case, not the motherboard.

If it were me, I'd just reach into my little container of random crap and pull out a jumper.
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January 4, 2014 11:37:11 AM

USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
From the manual: http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM3+/M5A97_LE...

pg 1-23 to physically unhook the cable.


That's also part of the problem... Ilost the jumper caps if thats what youmean. i'm a bit of a newbie when it comes to computers, so what cable do you mean? I'll reply if I figure it out on my own.


Well..it's supposed to have either the jumper on it, or the cable which is attached to the case. I would imagine that no cable OR no jumper would result in Intrusion = YES.

So find the jumper, or buy one somewhere, or otherwise disable the case switch.


I'm very thankful and all, but how would I disable the case switch? Is that also in the manual?


There is probably a springloaded switch. Open the case, and it sends a pulse to the motherboard "Hey! Someone opened me!"

To disable, you'd have to find a way to make it always closed. How, exactly? Without looking at it, I couldn't tell.

But the location would be in the user manual for the case, not the motherboard.

If it were me, I'd just reach into my little container of random crap and pull out a jumper.


Thank you. I'm not sure I want to open up my entire case, so can I use tinfoil?

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January 4, 2014 11:40:12 AM

ChooseCooMcGoo said:


Thank you. I'm not sure I want to open up my entire case, so can I use tinfoil?



Tinfoil for what? To short out those pins?
I smell smoke in your near future.
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January 4, 2014 11:42:23 AM

USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:


Thank you. I'm not sure I want to open up my entire case, so can I use tinfoil?



Tinfoil for what? To short out those pins?
I smell smoke in your near future.


Haha.Must have been a troll... What do you recommend I use (any household item)?

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January 4, 2014 11:49:05 AM

ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:


Thank you. I'm not sure I want to open up my entire case, so can I use tinfoil?



Tinfoil for what? To short out those pins?
I smell smoke in your near future.


Haha.Must have been a troll... What do you recommend I use (any household item)?



Substitute for the jumper? hmm...
I can't think of anything small enough and not prone to fall off other than a jumper
Or find the case switch, and make it permanently closed.

But now that the PC is built, how often will you be opening the case?
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January 4, 2014 11:58:55 AM

USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:


Thank you. I'm not sure I want to open up my entire case, so can I use tinfoil?



Tinfoil for what? To short out those pins?
I smell smoke in your near future.


Haha.Must have been a troll... What do you recommend I use (any household item)?



Substitute for the jumper? hmm...
I can't think of anything small enough and not prone to fall off other than a jumper
Or find the case switch, and make it permanently closed.

But now that the PC is built, how often will you be opening the case?


Not at all if I can just fix the dang Chassis error. Would waxpaper work?

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January 4, 2014 12:12:23 PM

ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:


Thank you. I'm not sure I want to open up my entire case, so can I use tinfoil?



Tinfoil for what? To short out those pins?
I smell smoke in your near future.


Haha.Must have been a troll... What do you recommend I use (any household item)?



Substitute for the jumper? hmm...
I can't think of anything small enough and not prone to fall off other than a jumper
Or find the case switch, and make it permanently closed.

But now that the PC is built, how often will you be opening the case?


Not at all if I can just fix the dang Chassis error. Would waxpaper work?



If you don't open the case, you should not be getting that message. If you are.....something is not right.
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January 4, 2014 12:16:06 PM

USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:


Thank you. I'm not sure I want to open up my entire case, so can I use tinfoil?



Tinfoil for what? To short out those pins?
I smell smoke in your near future.


Haha.Must have been a troll... What do you recommend I use (any household item)?



Substitute for the jumper? hmm...
I can't think of anything small enough and not prone to fall off other than a jumper
Or find the case switch, and make it permanently closed.

But now that the PC is built, how often will you be opening the case?


Not at all if I can just fix the dang Chassis error. Would waxpaper work?



If you don't open the case, you should not be getting that message. If you are.....something is not right.


Hmm. I always close the side-panel. What could be wrong?

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January 4, 2014 12:18:08 PM

ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:


Thank you. I'm not sure I want to open up my entire case, so can I use tinfoil?



Tinfoil for what? To short out those pins?
I smell smoke in your near future.


Haha.Must have been a troll... What do you recommend I use (any household item)?



Substitute for the jumper? hmm...
I can't think of anything small enough and not prone to fall off other than a jumper
Or find the case switch, and make it permanently closed.

But now that the PC is built, how often will you be opening the case?


Not at all if I can just fix the dang Chassis error. Would waxpaper work?



If you don't open the case, you should not be getting that message. If you are.....something is not right.


Hmm. I always close the side-panel. What could be wrong?



Right. If you open it, the PC knows, and tells you on the next startup.
If you do not open it, and just reboot....does it still report a chassis intrusion?

It shouldn't.
If it does, then something is wrong.
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January 4, 2014 12:33:35 PM

Of course something is wrong. He never connected the MB to the case intrusion switch, which is prolly not even present on his case.

I think that you best bet is to do what the tech at the shop said and disable the feature in the BIOS.

I refuse to look it up for you so get your MB manual out, find the section about the BIOS and start reading!

Yogi
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January 4, 2014 12:38:40 PM

Y0GI said:
Of course something is wrong. He never connected the MB to the case intrusion switch, which is prolly not even present on his case.

I think that you best bet is to do what the tech at the shop said and disable the feature in the BIOS.

I refuse to look it up for you so get your MB manual out, find the section about the BIOS and start reading!

Yogi


By default, there is supposed to be a jumper on those pins. Apparently, he 'lost' them.
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January 4, 2014 12:59:54 PM

I went to my tech shop and they gave me some power pins. Will update.
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January 4, 2014 1:21:22 PM

USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:


Thank you. I'm not sure I want to open up my entire case, so can I use tinfoil?



Tinfoil for what? To short out those pins?
I smell smoke in your near future.


Haha.Must have been a troll... What do you recommend I use (any household item)?



Substitute for the jumper? hmm...
I can't think of anything small enough and not prone to fall off other than a jumper
Or find the case switch, and make it permanently closed.

But now that the PC is built, how often will you be opening the case?


Not at all if I can just fix the dang Chassis error. Would waxpaper work?



If you don't open the case, you should not be getting that message. If you are.....something is not right.


Hmm. I always close the side-panel. What could be wrong?



Right. If you open it, the PC knows, and tells you on the next startup.
If you do not open it, and just reboot....does it still report a chassis intrusion?

It shouldn't.
If it does, then something is wrong.


Well, I got some pins from my tech store, and the computer is working just fine. Thank you for correcting me. Have a good day.

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January 4, 2014 1:21:23 PM

USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:
USAFRet said:
ChooseCooMcGoo said:


Thank you. I'm not sure I want to open up my entire case, so can I use tinfoil?



Tinfoil for what? To short out those pins?
I smell smoke in your near future.


Haha.Must have been a troll... What do you recommend I use (any household item)?



Substitute for the jumper? hmm...
I can't think of anything small enough and not prone to fall off other than a jumper
Or find the case switch, and make it permanently closed.

But now that the PC is built, how often will you be opening the case?


Not at all if I can just fix the dang Chassis error. Would waxpaper work?



If you don't open the case, you should not be getting that message. If you are.....something is not right.


Hmm. I always close the side-panel. What could be wrong?



Right. If you open it, the PC knows, and tells you on the next startup.
If you do not open it, and just reboot....does it still report a chassis intrusion?

It shouldn't.
If it does, then something is wrong.


Well, I got some pins from my tech store, and the computer is working just fine. Thank you for correcting me. Have a good day.

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