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karlozgck
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Posted:10/30/2009 10:38:00 AM # 1
Hello, I have a problem with my motherboard it is an Asus P5K3 Deluxe the problem is that the card has a jumper called "CHASSIS " it off accidentally and put back in place, the next day turned it on and told me this :
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Chassis Intruder!
Fatal Error!
System Halted!

What can I do to fix it, since I have done everything to clean the CMOS bios, i try remove the battery,change the cmos battery, change the jumper chassis. If I can help would be wonderful, no more to say in advance I thank you very much redundancy. excuse the bad translation im not a Anglophone.



Help me please!!!!!.

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Wheelz
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Posted:10/31/2009 3:44:00 AM # 2
Hi
I am wondering if you have a chassis intrusion switch on your case?

Are you sure you installed the jumper back in the correct position?  You can see the proper orientation here.

Good luck

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karlozgck
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Posted:10/31/2009 5:15:00 AM # 3
Yes the jumper is in place, I have tried everything my dear friend, but nothing seems to work correctly, can you give me another tip or technique you know to solve my problem?; again sorry my bad english!.

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Posted:2/16/2010 3:13:00 PM # 4
mi hermano, yo tengo una p5gd1-vm que me da el mismo error, ya la llevé con un especialista y no pudo arreglarla, en el manual dice que cuando el jumper está puesto los pines estan en corte y se desabilita la opcion de detección de intruso, pero cuando se lo quitas se habilita la opcion, yo he probado quitarselo y ponerselo y siempre es el mismo resultado, parece que algun componente de la placa tiene problema y está mandando una señal de alto voltaje, o no se cortocircuitan los pines. En resumen, hay que cambiar la motherboard porque hay que ser mago para descubrir que componente es el que tiene problema. Si tu encontraste la solucion me avisas.
suerte hermano bolivariano

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Posted:2/17/2010 1:04:00 AM # 5
Karlozgck,
I don't have your motherboard, but the Award BIOS for my Asus P5N32-E SLI motherboard allows me to set Chassis Intrusion Alarm = [Disabled]. Check to see if your motherboard's BIOS has a similar setting, and Disable it. 

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Posted:4/29/2011 10:06:00 PM # 6
my brother, I have a P5GD1-VM which gives me the same error, and took her to a specialist and could not fix it, the manual says that when the jumper is set pins are in court and disables the detection option intruder, but when you remove the option is enabled, I've tried take it off and put it on and always the same result, it appears that some component of the plate has the problem and is sending a high voltage signal, or no pins are shorted. In short, change the motherboard because you have to be a magician to discover which component is having problems. If you find the solution let me know. Bolivarian luck brother gotta love rough Google translate.

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Posted:4/30/2011 5:47:00 AM # 7

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Author: Ace of MW Posted: 4/29/2011 10:06:00 PM

my brother, I have a P5GD1-VM which gives me the same error, and took her to a specialist and could not fix it, the manual says that when the jumper is set pins are in court and disables the detection option intruder, but when you remove the option is enabled, I've tried take it off and put it on and always the same result, it appears that some component of the plate has the problem and is sending a high voltage signal, or no pins are shorted. In short, change the motherboard because you have to be a magician to discover which component is having problems. If you find the solution let me know. Bolivarian luck brother gotta love rough Google translate.


There is still no solution in this problem. I suggest you RMA your motherboard




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Posted:6/14/2011 1:09:00 PM # 8
Same as my P5SD2-VM problem,I tried 3 steps as following 1.Upgrade lastest bios(Still chassis intruded!) 2.Reset bios ,change battery and check jumper on motherboard(still.. same) ... Finally 3.in bios>Advanced>cpu configuration and set C1E Support = Disabled ... now it worked, you just try

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Posted:8/28/2011 9:14:00 AM # 9

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Author: chen Posted: 6/14/2011 1:09:00 PM

Same as my P5SD2-VM problem,I tried 3 steps as following 1.Upgrade lastest bios(Still chassis intruded!) 2.Reset bios ,change battery and check jumper on motherboard(still.. same) ... Finally 3.in bios>Advanced>cpu configuration and set C1E Support = Disabled ... now it worked, you just try


CHEN , I have tried it and observing it still.....so far so good. Thanks.....hope it still work tomorrow when i shut down today and long wait tomorrow to boot up. .....FYI it still persists up to now.....it was temporary only but thanks anyway

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Posted:4/8/2014 8:01:00 PM # 10
I know this is an old post but THANK YOU it worked, someone gave it to me broke and that was the fix

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