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Neo
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Posted:6/8/2009 2:15:00 PM # 1
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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 (Without RAID configuration), 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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zerocool
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Posted:6/9/2009 12:14:00 AM # 2

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Author: Neo Posted: 6/8/2009 2:15:00 PM

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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 (Without RAID configuration), 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.


What does that mean?  Try a new jumper, maybe the stock jumper is damaged.

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Palmeri
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Posted:7/25/2009 12:38:00 AM # 3

Hi Neo
Is your problem solved now? if yes, what did you do? i got exactly the same...
regards

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zerocool
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Posted:7/25/2009 1:28:00 AM # 4
I would say try a new jumper and clear the CMOS for starters.

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Posted:9/12/2010 3:57:00 AM # 5
http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?id=20100910141859640&board_id=1&model=P5V800-MX&page=1&SLanguage=en-us

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