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Question Chassis intrusion detected ( TechArena Community Microsoft Security )
Updated: 2008-05-30 11:47:14 (1)
Chassis intrusion detected

I am using XP PRO Meadia Center Edition. I recently added a harddrive. Now i
am getting this,Chassis intrusion detected. This typically does NOT indicate
a hardware failure.
1. Contact your Help Desk if you did not personally open your chassis.
2. Enter System Setup & Set Chassis Intrusion to 'Clear'
I have went to setup and it askes me for a (setup password) but my password
dosn't work.
Yes i am the administrator and in fact the only user of this computor
how do i get in to reset the password or reset to clear or reset to no
password required?
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timtim


Answers: Chassis intrusion detected ( TechArena Community Microsoft Security )
Chassis intrusion detected

On Thu, 22 May 2008 11:09:00 -0700, timtim wrote:

> I am using XP PRO Meadia Center Edition. I recently added a harddrive. Now i
> am getting this,Chassis intrusion detected. This typically does NOT indicate
> a hardware failure.
> 1. Contact your Help Desk if you did not personally open your chassis.
> 2. Enter System Setup & Set Chassis Intrusion to 'Clear'
> I have went to setup and it askes me for a (setup password) but my password
> dosn't work.
> Yes i am the administrator and in fact the only user of this computor
> how do i get in to reset the password or reset to clear or reset to no
> password required?


This is not an operating system message, it is coming from the BIOS on your
computer. Contact the computer manufacturer's support for help on this.

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Paul Adare
http://www.identit.ca
You depend too much on computers for information.




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