Ok i thought it was fine, but i understand where you are coming from, sorry about that. I dont mean to disrespect this forum.
The first thing i did was disconnected the the external components (keyboard, mouse, etc) then i open the case, removed the coin like battery, while that was out I disconnected the cd-rom and graphics card. Then pulled the huge heat sink that was preventing the ram from being removed. Took one of the ram cards out. Plugged the power and speakers back in, then it did the same thing. I then noticed that I forgot to take out the pci wireless card out, when taking it out I noticed that it wasn't in all the way. Took it out and started up again and didn't report a cpu error message. That tickled me pink. Plugged everything back in and it worked fine. Had to reset all of my bios settings (disabling raid, and sata, and F1 error confirmation) because the coin like battery was taken out. The reason for F1 error confirmation disabling, was because the cpu fan i got is not recognized by the motherboard and throws a CPU FAN ERROR exception every time it starts up. Does anyone know how to fix or disable that because the fan works just fine, it has a manual speed adjustment knob.
So I guess my other two questions are:
How do i disable error reporting on my motherboard or fix the fan?
Do i need to replace the silver paste in between the cpu and heatsink, or is the original paste fine?
Thanks for your time.
Sorry for the previous post.