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Old 07-19-2006, 12:25 PM   #11
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Default Re: Dell Compatible Cooling Fans

It just tells you that the fan is not inserted.

Two ways to get round that..

1. Disable the error message in the BIOS.

2. Or, cut the end of the existing fan off, and just put it in the slot.

I personally like number two!
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Default Re: Dell Compatible Cooling Fans

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It just tells you that the fan is not inserted.

Two ways to get round that..

1. Disable the error message in the BIOS.

2. Or, cut the end of the existing fan off, and just put it in the slot.

I personally like number two!
heh heh, risky but u get 2 cut and destroy something!!
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