Most computer users do not like to troubleshoot fan failures when the messages appear but they should know that the cause of these issues could go undetected for weeks if not months if it were not for the fan failures and they would risk having more serious issues.
Alert! CPU 0 Fan Failure
This warning indicates the the Central Processing Unit (CPU) is in danger of running hotter than normal as the fan that is used to keep it cool is failing. Since most computers can be placed in a tower or desktop stance, the stance is most likely in horizontal position and the vent in the lid of the case is blocked by the monitor and printed documents which is restricting airflow. Once I see such I setup, I will pu the computer in vertical position but after I leave, the client will often put it back to the way it was as the monitor would end up being lower. What they should do is get a stand to raise the monitor and also have space to tuck paperwork.
Alert! Rear Fan Failure
Most people see this message and then replace their Power Supply Unit (PSU) only to see that the error is still present. On a custom built PC, you case will have a fan in the rear to pull heat out the case (the correct way) or pull cool air in (incorrect way). Pulling cool air into the case also pulls in dust so always have the rear fan expunge the heat rather than pull cool air in.
Alert! Previous Fan Failure
This indicates one or more of the connected fans had issues while the computer was on. To find out which and the time, go into the BIOS and check the reports. When you see which, open up the case and do an inspection and run a diagnostic so that the fans can operate at the maximum revolution per minute and dislodged any debris that may be slowing it down.
It take about 10 seconds to connect to the Virtual Private Network With Cisco AnyConnect.
10:37:35 AM Ready to connect.
10:37:37 AM Contacting vpn.stephanpringle.com.
10:37:43 AM User credentials entered.
10:37:43 AM Please respond to banner.
10:37:47 AM User accepted banner.
10:37:47 AM Establishing VPN session…
10:37:48 AM The AnyConnect Downloader is performing update checks…
10:37:48 AM Checking for profile updates…
10:37:48 AM Checking for customization updates…
10:37:48 AM Performing any required updates…
10:37:48 AM The AnyConnect Downloader updates have been completed.
10:37:48 AM Establishing VPN session…
10:37:48 AM Establishing VPN – Initiating connection…
10:37:48 AM Establishing VPN – Examining system…
10:37:48 AM Establishing VPN – Activating VPN adapter…
10:37:48 AM Establishing VPN – Configuring system…
10:37:49 AM Establishing VPN…
10:37:49 AM Connected to vpn.stephanpringle.com.
If you are not having any luck when seeking universal scanner drivers to support Windows XP and later for your unsupported HP scanner on Windows, I may have a solution or two for you.
If you have access to a Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE system or will become a future user, here are a few things that you need to know as an owner and end-user.
The power button on the systems is usually hidden. This prevents the Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE system from accidentally being turned off or getting damaged along with being turned on by those who are unauthorized. As a majority of people are right-handed, check the right side of the system for the power button under a flap.
If your Omniclone 5Xi is not working, you should first try do do a touchpad calibration as this often resolves the issue.
Logicube Omniclone 5Xi
1. Press the Reset button (with your left index finger) located on the right rear of the unit and hold it in.
2. Press and hold the Set button (with your right index finger), then release the Reset button.
3. Hold the Set button until the unit boots to a screen that reads “Touchpad Calibration. Please touch square with finger (1/5)”.
4. Look for a square at the top of the screen. Touch the square when it is located.
5. Repeat the previous step four more times. The unit will count each time the square is pressed correctly. It will count (1/5), (2/5), etc.
6. Once the screen has been calibrated, it will reboot to the Main Menu Screen.