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03-09-2022 10:50 AM
-recently I had to replace my GPU's fan (1050ti) from the card that came with my desktop 590-p0042nv, the fan was from the start loud (the kind of sound that u know its not gonna last long) and even tho it pulled through for couple of years it eventually stopped working regardless of my efforts of cleaning - WD40ing it etc.
so i replaced it with one of the fans i had from a random older graphics card i had, works like a charm temps are even better to be honest now but the problem is of course the error at hand during the boot screen (90b)
the error is a warning and u can just press enter to continue on booting windows, this is coming probably from settings stored in the MB (RPms of the specific card/fan it had etc).
on a "normal" Bios setup there are options to disable / bypass it, but on this motherboard there are legit no options at all since everything is "locked/predefined" and no menu afaik to edit them.
Is there any other way to bypass that error warning and not have to always press enter to continue ?
04-07-2022 01:27 AM
@Pitskid -- from this HP Warehouse web-page:
-N/A- -N/A- L14643-001 Fan - 65w Menlo, Evans/Nelson
-N/A- -N/A- L15757-001 Fan - System,NelsonNessler
So, you cannot purchase that part from HP.
You could search on the Internet, or within Amazon, or on eBay, given that part-number(s), to try to find a seller.
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