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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000029||SpeedFan||Other||public||2004-07-02 17:14||2018-08-14 04:40|
|Status||closed||Resolution||no change required|
|OS||Win XP sp1|
|Summary||0000029: System freeze when speedfan is running|
|Description||"Speedfan" works, the speed of the ventilators is controlled, the temperatures are stable and after a few minutes, the system freeze and I can nothing any more do, except reboot|
|Additional Information||I/O properly initialized|
Linked ISA BUS at $0290
Linked nVidia nForce SMBUS at $5000
Linked nVidia nForce SMBUS at $5020
Scanning ISA BUS at $0290...
Winbond W83627HF (ID=$21) found on ISA at $290
SuperIO Chip=Winbond W83627HF
Scanning nVidia SMBus at $5000...
SMART Enabled for drive 0
Found ST340810A (39,1GB)
End of detection
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|Motherboard Model||msi x370 gaming pro carbon|
|Video Card Model||GeForce2 MX graphics core (Integrated on chipset nVidia nForce 220)|
Which is your motherboard?
Anyway: it looks like not to be a freeze strictly related to SpeedFan. You might try some of the following command line options:
Try to disable AUTOMATIC FAN SPEED.
Try to log values to try to find any odd value prior to system freeze.
My motherboard : MSI MS-6367N2
AUTOMATIC FAN SPEED disabled : no problem
with /NOSUPERIO : freeze
with /NOSMARTSCAN: it seems to works fine
What I have to do in configuration ?
So, it seems that both /NOSMARTSCAN and AUTOMATIC FAN SPEED set to OFF fix your issue.
Try to run SF with /NOSMARTSCAN and with AUTOMATIC FAN SPEED set to ON.
The fact that AUTOMATIC FAN SPEED set to OFF fixes your issues may mean either some problem in the circuitry controlling the fan (too big a fan, for example) or that your PC needs every bit of the cooling fan's capabilities.
You might send me a SEND REPORT with version 4.13 and let me know when you're done.
edited on: 07-06-04 15:27
edited on: 07-06-04 20:33
I've sent you a report
||I can't find it. Please include your email address when sending it and drop me an email whn you're done.|
Ok. I received it this time, but... I can only see two temperatures available on your motherboard (the -46.5C is obviously an unused sensor). One temp is around 21C, whereas the other one is around 77C.
Your CPU is an old 0.18um one. Unless you know for sure that 77C is not the temp of your CPU, I consider this thread closed as it seems to me an obvious overheating problem. This follows strictly my previously expressed idea that your fan could not be slowed down.
|2004-07-02 17:14||Pit05||New Issue|
|2004-07-02 17:14||Pit05||Video Card Model||=> GeForce2 MX graphics core (Integrated on chipset nVidia nForce 220)|
|2004-07-03 17:51||almico||Note Added: 0000090|
|2004-07-03 17:51||almico||Status||assigned => acknowledged|
|2004-07-06 14:42||Pit05||Note Added: 0000103|
|2004-07-06 15:26||almico||Note Added: 0000104|
|2004-07-06 15:27||almico||Note Edited: 0000104|
|2004-07-06 18:53||Pit05||Note Added: 0000105|
|2004-07-06 20:33||alfredo||Note Added: 0000106|
|2004-07-06 20:33||alfredo||Note Edited: 0000104|
|2004-07-07 13:42||alfredo||Note Added: 0000109|
|2004-07-07 13:42||alfredo||Status||acknowledged => closed|
|2004-07-07 13:42||alfredo||Resolution||open => no change required|
|2018-08-14 04:38||fusiondog8||Motherboard Model||=> msi x370 gaming pro carbon|