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MetalfanBlackness
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Posted:4/10/2006 3:54:00 PM # 1
Everytime I boot up my systeem I get the following message:
Chassis intruded!
Fatal error...system halted

When i clear the cmos I get the following message:

Cmos Settings wrong
Cmos Date/time not set
Overclocking failed! Please enter setup to re-configure
Press F1 to Run SETUP
Press F2 to load default values and continue

When I press F2 I can continue, but when I reboot my system or restart I get the message:
Chassis intruded!
Fatal error...system halted

 When I press F1 and make changes to the bios and save the changes I also get the message:
Chassis intruded!
Fatal error...system halted

I can't disbale this in the bios and I checked the jumper it is set corretly over the two pins, I tried putting it on the single pin, but like expected this didn't do the trick.

I hope you guys have any idea.

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Ulrich
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Posted:4/10/2006 9:39:00 PM # 2
If you are sure that the intrusion jumper is in the default setting, you can try a CMOS reset.  Unplug the system, remove the mainboard battery and shift the reset jumper.  Then hold in on the reset button on the front of your case for 15 seconds.  Replace the RTC reset jumper into the default position, replace the battery and plug in.  This 'may' solve the problem.

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MetalfanBlackness
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Posted:4/12/2006 8:57:00 PM # 3
In my guide it nevers says anything about pushing the reset button,
but i will try when i come home thanks for the help,
I hope it will really help, but I don't think so :(

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Steve
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Posted:1/3/2008 10:30:00 PM # 4
I also have the P4P800 SE motherboard.  Last night I got the error message:

"Chassis intruded - Fatal Error ... .System Halted"

Does your solution resolve the problem or do you have any updates?

Thanks.. .
sph109 at PSU EDU

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Gerard
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Posted:4/10/2008 8:07:00 AM # 5

Hello I got exactly the same problem after I plug the switch of my case to the board, at the first time i open the case the system indicate me also the chassis intruded fatal error,  my board is a maximus extreme, it's seam than the setting for the intrusion allert and the reset is missing in the bios, I jump the battery since the clear cmos swithc have no effect on the problem

 

 

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Fruktan
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Posted:8/5/2008 5:28:00 PM # 6

I am having the same problem. I have the lastest bios 1002 for my P5E3 MB. Ive even tried four different jumpers to make sure that its is connecting properly. I have reset with battery and the cmos jumper but I cant get past chassis intruded.

I am wondering what all the people that have the same problem did to solve the problem? Some fix it by putting the chassis jumper on default and resetting cmos or do they all send the motherboard back and get a new one?

I was up eight hours yesterday trying to fix this. Im so upset. I have been building computer for 10 years and always manages to solve problem like this but this one is really getting to me.

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Le Bel
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Posted:2/8/2010 4:00:00 AM # 7
Hi, i had the same problem with a P5E3 WS PRO, new out of the box.
I got lucky after three attempts. After the message system halted, press the reset button and hold it depressed until the system boots again. It clears the hardware and the system tries to boot normally. I will complete building the systemm and will report back after i install a drive and OS if it cause some other problems but very unlikely.

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wahid
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Posted:9/10/2010 2:51:00 PM # 8
here is the final solution after 2 months of work on an asus mobo

http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?id=20100910141859640&board_id=1&model=P5V800-MX&page=1&SLanguage=en-us

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