Brand new device. Installed Windows 10 Pro 32 bit.
Noticed with this device, and others, the fan never turns on.
BIOS is up-to-date, so don't suggest it as a solution. I've done the BIOS and reinstalled Windows 10 Pro 32bit twice.
Is there a way to manually turn the fan on?
We have 12 of these sticks and cannot keep them on for long periods of time (for displays).
They always shutdown on their own or appear to freeze. My guess is they're getting hot and the fans do not work. I've placed them below the TV to avoid high temps, but the stick still gets hot.
I am sorry to hear you are having issues with the Intel® Compute Stick STCK1A32WFC.
A recommendation would be to perform a BIOS recovery, with the recovery you will get all the updates that have been released so far. The recovery would be to be performed to 0031.
Here the instructions: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/intel-compute-stick/000005902.html http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/boards-and-kits/intel-compute-stick/000005902.html
If the problem persists, please contact us over the Phone or chat to check warranty options.
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Hope you can get this fixed at the soonest :)
I am not positive for the FC units (mine isn't working right now), but in my CC unit, you can configure the fan in BIOS into one of two modes: M1 (fan is off until needed and will then speed up based upon temperature) or M2 (fan is always on at slowest speed and will speed based upon temperature).
Hope this helps,
Convinced this is an automated response. The bios is up-to-date. I've mentioned so in the post.
A "BIOS recovery" (in Intel terminology) is not the same as "install the current BIOS". See the link in the message you replied to. For one thing, a "BIOS recovery" not only replaces the BIOS from a different file, using a different procedure, but it also clears almost all of the BIOS settings.
The recovery mode is different from a BIOS update, with the recovery option, all previous updates are installed on the system which is why I was recommending it as a troubleshooting step.
Please try it out, if the system behaves the same way, please give us a call or start a chat session to check warranty options.
Dean is not completely correct; the recovery process may (read: does not always; it depends upon the nature of the BIOS updates included), clear some or all of the BIOS configuration parameters. This is why I always recommend that, immediately after installing *any* BIOS update (via the recovery method or not), you should always enter BIOS Setup (or Visual BIOS, depending upon your product) and use F9 to restore the BIOS configuration completely to defaults. Then, make only the configuration changes that are absolutely necessary to get your O/S booting and running cleanly (this is mostly the simple things, like correct boot order). Oh, and don't forget to save the configuration as you exit BIOS Setup.
Hope this helps,
I forgot to say, my main reason for this recommendation is to ensure that the BIOS Configuration is in a "known" state (no honest, I am not a control freak!)...
I will add (as I was reminded yesterday by having to enter the 48-digit recovery key) that if you are running BitLocker, that you "suspend" it before you make any BIOS changes ...