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05-11-2021 10:55 AM
I updated my BIOS and immediately after my updating it, I get a PUMP SPEED 90b error on a black screen whenever I start up my PC.
Some extra info: About a month ago, the stock CPU liquid cooling stopped working and I decided to send it to a PC shop for repair and they replaced the liquid cooler with another HP cooling fan.
05-12-2021 12:41 AM
Presumably, your previous liquid-cooling system used a pump to move liquid through the system.
The liquid-cooling system must have been only PARTIALLY removed -- leaving behind the software that checks the speed of the pump, which has been removed.
Take the computer back to the same computer shop, and show them that they did not COMPLETELY remove the liquid-cooling system.
05-13-2021 01:20 AM
> is there anyway I can remove the notification myself?
If you originally installed the liquid-cooling solution, you probably can run an "uninstaller" to remove the software.
If it was installed on your behalf, by somebody else, you may need help from that person.
05-25-2021 05:04 PM - edited 05-25-2021 05:05 PM
hi so sorry for the late reply, but im talking about this notifcation. i am pretty sure its generated from BIOS right? i've also checked the start up task and I don't see anything that would generate an error message like this right after i start my computer
05-25-2021 05:06 PM - edited 05-25-2021 05:06 PM
don't know why the image doesn't load but it's the same one as this user posted https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Boot-and-Lockup/Pump-Speed-and-BIOS-update-issue/td-p/6740452
though my fan is working perfectly fine
05-26-2021 01:46 PM
> i am pretty sure its generated from BIOS right?
I agree with you, right.
> i've also checked the start up task and I don't see anything that would generate an error message like this right after i start my computer
OK. That is reasonable.
To me, it implies that the only way to disable the message is to enter BIOS SETUP, and look for some option to disable any "monitoring" that triggers the message. Temperature?
In that other thread, the author wrote that each core was running at 100 degrees Celsius -- the temperature of boiling water, at sea-level. That is WAY too hot -- the normal range should be around 30 to 50 degrees.