Updating BIOS when fan speed too low?

i was updating my bios. set everything back to default because i never meant it to be overclocked, but now getting message that fan speed is set too low

im guessing it meants the v1 thermal intake.. what do i do?

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  1. Have you tried resetting the CMOS memory? You should always reset the CMOS memory after updating the BIOS.
  2. how do you do that lol
  3. Probably depending on what mobo you have, you are to in many cases to move a jumper from pin 2-3 to pin 1-2, let it be for a few seconds, and the pull it back. Be aware of that you shall pull the power chord all the time during this ceremony :)
  4. is this something like a cpu parameter recall?

    ive read that is the last thing you do with asus mobos

    btw i cant find my nforce chipset on my windows uninstall.. trying to put in the new ones but i cant find old to remove
  5. yea did it all..

    fan not even moving.. i dont know that i ever recall it moving. i guess its getting power cause the led light is on..

    any ideas?

    my comp still running cool though
  6. well i guess id have to select my own.. lol.. apparantly the cpu fan was getting stuck on a clamp on the V1 heatsink. This is a known issue with Thermaltake. They suggest either sending it back in.. or just bending the clamp back as its just copper
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