The FRONTPANEL interface is used to connect the USB ports on the front panel and to connect the diagnostic lamps. If the diagnostic lights flash useless "rum" and you could celebrate a party, for the light, then it is worth the cable once unplug and then plug back in to check whether it was plugged in correctly, whether the cable is bent or whether dust or foreign bodies hinder contact. The diagnostics were blinking (12).
"CPU FAN ERROR" - This error is currently being reported to many users. This is currently due to an update. It seems like there is something in it. In the case of the error, the pressure values and speed values of the fan and / or the CPU cooler are not sufficient. This is usually due to dust and a time exception in the DeviceManager. The temperature: It's burning hot.
If the pressure in the CPU cooling tubes is too low, dust will be easier. Note the following tips to help keep your fan running even with the latest firmware issues:
1. Check all cables regularly and clean between them as they can heat up and if there is dust this could lead to heat build-up.
2.Enough the pressure, because then less coolant can accumulate (in the picture below you can see a drone image taken in the Yosemite National Park, it was taken much higher than the other and has a lower quality due to the lower pressure) ,
3.Open the BIOS or Hardwarecontroll and go into the section CPU Cooling. With the function: Cooler control, you change the entry of Auto (adjusts the CPU temperature) to Manuel and select the highest possible cooling level. Restart the device and use it for a short time (the preferences are recreated and the cooling system is "flushed".)