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Re: get error cpu fan not detected F1 boot ..but fan running fine

How can I get the part information for the replacement fan?

My model is Pavilion  510-p040qe

I tried to search for it but not found.

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My search for HP PAVILION DESKTOP - 510-P040QE CTO

did find your model, and displays:

 

859086-001Fan - System Fan, 9225 2500RPM Axial

 

but it also shows 'N/A' -- "Not Available" for purchase from HP. Sigh.

 

You'll have to find a "generic" fan that is compatible.


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> get error cpu fan not detected F1 boot ..but fan running fine

 

This message could be interpreted as "the fan is slow to start.  When the POST (Power On Self Test) started, the fan did not respond with a <ready> status".

 

If pressing F1 is too burden-some everytime you power-on your computer, then replace the fan.

 

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Thanks for the help - I replaced the fan from Amazon - exact part - $17.

Easy to do and solved error.

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@swc99 wrote:

Easy to do and solved error.


Sometimes, that is much easier to do than to try to get a teenager out of bed in the morning -- another "slow starter".  :OpenSmile:

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Completely agree....have a 16 yr old that is a slow starter... :Wink:

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