Sorry, double post check my other thread please until I find out how to delete my posts!https://forums.techguy.org/threads/problem-with-changing-processor-motherboard.582479/
I recommend downloading and running Reimage. It's a computer repair tool that has been proven to identify and fix many Windows problems with a high level of success.
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As the title says, I wanna change my motherboard processor, and insert an SSD aswell while keeping the old harddrive.
Was wondering if I need to perfom a new reinstall on windows or if I can just transfer windows itself to the SSD and then just keep going. I was also wondering if my windows install will messup if I insert my new motherboard due to new BIOS.
Its always a good idea to fresh install when changing motherboards. A fresh install will minimize any issues that could arise from different hardware configurations. I've also heard that Windows setup detects an SSD and optimizes Windows for use with the SSD.
You should also keep in mind, an OEM license for Windows is not be transferable to a new motherboard. The motherboard is the one component that constitutes a new machine. OEM installs are bound to the motherboard they are activated on.
Hi I have an OEM version of Win Pro x DVD I Win License - Motherboard 7 Changing Processor OEM & purchased from Newegg in I installed it Win 7 OEM License - Changing Motherboard & Processor on my Intel DX SO i - which I subsequently upgraded the processor to i - I plan to upgrade my motherboard and processor again to an Intel DX SO i - x I'm also going to replace my Seagate Barracuda GB SATA hdds presently in Intel RST RAID which are out of warranty -year with two new -year warranty Seagate Constellation TB SATA hdds configured in a Marvell RAID mirror I'll use the Barracuda Intel RST RAID volume as my back-up disk Will I have MS license issues when I do a clean install of my OEM Win onto the upgraded system I'm wondering if I'll have activation problems I've changed the motherboard before but with the same processor and model motherboard and there didn't seem to be an issue I've done this with an OEM copy of Win XP in the past and didn't have any issues I'm not installing the same OS product key on more than one system I'm just moving or reinstalling the OS to an upgraded hardware system Regards
If you change the motherboard to a different model or manufacturer technically the OEM version cannot be activated as it is tied to the motherboard. However, I know Microsoft has made some exceptions.
I'm facing the same thing right now. I suspect a problem with my motherboard. I have another to replace it but it is a different vendor and I'm afraid Microsoft will not activate it. I've considered an "anytime upgrade" from Home to Pro version but I don't know if that will change the OEM version into a full version. So, I'm stuck.
XP was different and the process was much more lenient.
I will be moving to an X38 chipset and a 45nm quad core soon from my E6600 and P965 chipset. Will I need to re-install Vista Ultimate x64?
I am thinking about helping my friend install a new motherboard and processor while keeping all of the other components he has. I read on another board that you can go the Device Manager and uninstall everything, swap the board and processor, and then when you boot install the correct drivers.
Is this possible? I don't know if his install of XP is OEM or not. If it is, I think a reformat would be necessary with a non-OEM XP disc.
mine worked fine when i changed the motherboard and cpu but eventually after backing up my data, i did do a clean installation just to get the kinks out. you dont have to but it is recommended so you can get the most out of your hardware. i did mine backwards for some strange reason, best way would be to backup now and then change the hardware and reinstall.
note my cpu stayed a amd
Ok. I have a ABIT BX6r2 motherboard with a bus speed of 100mhz. I had a P2 266 and worked fine. I resently bought a P3 667mhz with a bus speed of 133. I thought that since my motherboard was slower that the processor would simply slow down to the speed of the motherboard. But i guess that i am wrong. My Computer is now running a 333, and on the bois it is set to 266 still. The computer will not run slower than 333 (thankfully). I have tryed seting the bios to "user define" and I but the multiplier factor to 6.5 (ps i have tryed other factors as well). And it will start up as 667, but when i restart it will always go back to 333. What do i do? Do i simply need a fast motherboard?
I've just put in an Asrock motherboard with an AMD Duron 1.8 GHZ CPU. I cant seem to get the front panel controls to work, when I put the power lead in the computer comes on straight away. It makes a hissing noise and there is a red light on the front of tower, no picture shows.
Came on once, not sure changes made, however tower was on the side and when I turned it upright, it cut out.
Any ideas? Cheers
What is the make of your Asrock board?
Today I tried to change my motherboard over to a AM3+ socket one and install a new AMD CPU.
I created a backup image file on a external drive. So I performed the sysprep and upon turning the system back on I got an error message:
Windows could not finish configuring the system. To attempt to resume configuration, restart the computer.
After reading up on this, I found it was common. One solution was to use my installation disk and repair the computer. I thought this worked as I can now login to Windows. However when I do, if I try to click on Computer I get an error saying:
The server process could not be started because the configured identity is incorrect. Check the username and password.
I could not find a definitive answer for this, and that's why I'm posting.
Could I use the backup somehow?
OS: Win 7 Pro
Another method is to apply your last image using it's boot disk, then Adjust Win7 to boot on new hardware with Paragon Adaptive Restore CD
You can first see if it will start without adjusting as sometimes happens.
Hi I have just installed all new ASUS P B Deluxe motherboard Intel Dual Core E processor NVIDIA gt graphics card gb ram into my pc and a HIPER W power supply So basically now its all new apart from hard drive tower floppy drive fans I have windows XP with SP The pc was working fine before the new parts were installed but now after it has froze a few times It seems to work fine for the first few hours but then I will restart the machine and then it will freeze on the windows xp loading screen I - problem core dual freezing and with new processor motherboard will problem with freezing - new motherboard and dual core processor then restart it to try again and it still happens Yesterday night it wouldn t load into windows after i restarted it however this morning it loaded into windows fine Tonight I started having the problem again so I decided to install my old NVIDIA geforce graphics card So far it seems fine My brother who also has nearly the exact setup as me apart from having an Intel D XBOX motherboard is also having the same problem He has taken his old memory out and replaced it with better Corsair memory but is still having the problem Is there anyone that can help thanks nbsp
hey everyone, im changing my processor but i need a bit of help!
currently my processor is a:-
CPU Speed : 2.66GHz
Bus Speed: 533MHz
L2 cache speed: 512kb
this is what i am planning to change to:
socket 478 (obviously )
cpu speed: 3.20GHz
Bus Speed: 800Mhz
L2 cache speed 1MB
however, this is what i am worried about.. ive read that To obtain the FSB of your Processor, a compatible motherboard that can support the Bus speed must be used and this is what it says in my mainboard manual:-
"supports socket 478 for P4/celeron processors with 400/533MHz"
"Core Frequency from 1.8GHZ to 2.8GHz and up"
for quote number 1.. does it mean i wont be able to get a bus speed of 800MHz as my motherboard can only support up to 533MHz ?
for quote number 2.. will i be able to get 3.2GHz from this new processor?
thanks in advance!
Hi i want to change my 1.5 processor to my 3.4ghz pentium 4 processor.How can i do it is it as simple as just taking one out and putting the other one in place.Can anyone please explain what the processors look like so i can swap them and where they are located and how to move them.Also ive got an audigy sound card and what to put it into another computer so i dont have any disks or anything to install so how do i do it.And how do i put a dvd rw drive in to replace the old cd rw please explain all of the above thanks for your help.
i want to update my processor go from a dual core to a quad core is that possible?
I currently have a P-II 266mhz processor. I recieved a P-III 500 mhz processor from a buddy. Can I use this on my Existing board with out frying my computer?
[Edited by kasjr2 on 03-28-2001 at 04:48 PM]
I'm looking to change my processor from an AMD Athlon 64 3500+ to an AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4600+ (Socket 939). I don't intend to change from the current cooling arrangement, but am not sure about the thermal compound. When changing the processor, will I need to get and apply new thermal compound?
Help please.. I would like to change my old Pentium 1 to a pentium 2 chip is this just a straight swap over job or do I have to mess around with the bios?????
You also have to replace the motherboard! The P1 and P2 are totally different chips, and they are not pin compatible. The P2 was usually a slot mounted affair, at least the ones I've used are.
Hi. I have problems with my printing jobs. My topic is
I'm thinking about to change the print processor who actually is HPPRN05 and put in a WinPrint. Do I have to save any system information before? is there any danger to change the printer processor of a TCP/IP network printer connected with another one to the same HPJetDirect?. Thanks
I have noticed that my processor, which is a 850 Mhz has been detected lately as a 700 Mhz. Why is this?
Is this the new value? What can I do?? Please help!!
(Info obtained by clicking on Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Information.)
I use MS Windows 2000.
Hi. I have problems with my printing jobs. My topic is
I'm thinking about to change the print processor who actually is HPPRN05 and put in a WinPrint. Do I have to save any system information before? is there any danger to change the printer processor of a TCP/IP network printer connected with another one to the same HPJetDirect?. Thanks
Hello the unknowing one again I am still upgrading bit by bit my older PC The mobo is a Gigabyte IXE about or so years old I added in a new video card and now I m looking at the processor Gigabyte says the max processor is either an AMD Athlon G FSB or an AMD Duron G FSB http www giga-byte com Motherboard Support CPUSupportList CPUSupportList GA- IXE htm I know that Athlons are supposed to be better performing that the Durons However the only Athlon G I found was on pricewatch and was Local stores have the G Duron but dont carry the Athlon anyways probably gonna go with the G Duron My question is how difficult is it to change a processor I chip Changing a processor was told that its Changing a processor chip as simple as pop old chip out put new chip in but I m always very weary when someone says its simple Any input guides you can recommend Thanks again nbsp
I would check ww.Ebay.com for that processor, use this link Ebay 1.4Ghz Athlons . I got an Athlon 1.4Ghz 266Mhz FSB for $42 there about 6 months ago. You would have to be really lucky to find that processor online anywhere else for under $100. Installing a processor is very easy but you have to be careful with the pins on it and when you reinstall the heatsink on it. It literaly is Plug-n-Play. Make sure you use some kind of thermal paste like Artic Silver on top of the processor between it and the heatsink.
P.S. Dont get the Duron, even though its 1.3Ghz your 900Mhz Athlon still outperforms it in most things like games.:grinthumb Also, if a 266Mhz FSB one is cheaper to get you should be able to use that but it will just run at 200Mhz FSB on your motherboard, someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
I am going to change my motherboard, processor and RAM. However, I will be using the same HDD. Is it necessary to re-install the OS after I have set up the rig? I am using the drivers that come with Windows 8, so driver compatibility ought not to be a problem.
Thanks in advance!
Short answer--New Motherboard=New License Key if you have an OEM OS version. Sorry
The reason is your license key is embedded in your BIOS, and the BIOS is embedded with the MOBO.
If you paid for a license key separately then you can use the OS with the new MOBO but you should do a clean install because all the drivers will be wrong and it probably won't even boot.
You could try to put the drive as-is into the new machine, boot off the Win8 installation media, and do a repair install. This will search for drivers that match the current hardware
1) Clone the drive first so that, in case of damage, you still have your data.
2) You will probably have to phone Microsoft to re-activate the copy of the OS. They've been decent about it with others.
3) If it works, immediately go to the Microsoft Update site and see what updates are needed for the drivers that you just installed
I m looking for an ultraportable laptop for mostly simple tasks but I will also need it Solved: a processor Changing laptop out for more taxing software like photoshop and premiere pro I ve found this Asus UL A-X that will fulfill most Solved: Changing out a laptop processor of my requirements gb of ram under lbs long - hrs battery life but it has a meager Ghz processor The current processor in the machine is the su and I would like to replace that with something like the sl for the extra power I am wondering firstly if it would be physically possible to open the laptop and replace the processor because I have never worked on a laptop before Secondly I am wondering how drastic the effect would be on the hours of advertised battery life I would like it to run for at least hours Lastly would the machine be able to handle the extra heat given off In my search for a laptop this Asus with a faster processor is the best match I can come up with to meet my demanding requirements Of course I would ideally like to purchase a laptop without having to replace parts so any suggestions for a completely different laptop would be even more appreciated than an answer to my processor questions If this isn t possible I think I m going to compromise on the weight for the lb macbook pro quot because it otherwise meets my requirements despite my preference for the windows OS I m lost so thanks for any help you can provide nbsp
Laptops have limited upgradeability, and the processor is an area that generally shouldn't be upgraded. Laptops will only support a small set of processor upgrades. If you think you can buy a low-end laptop and pop in a high-end processor, you're seriously mistaken. The board won't handle it. The chassis won't handle it. "Opening" a laptop involves removing dozens of tiny screws of all different sizes and removing many small, fragile, pieces of plastic. Most people lose or damage at least one part when disassembling a laptop. And of course doing so completely voids the warranty, so if you break something, you're out the cost to replace or repair it.
Buy a laptop that actually meets your needs.
I wan to change my Labtops processor to intel i7 but im not sure whether or not my motherboard or if anything supports it
Thats my computer
I want to upgrade this to 2.8ghz please and thank you for your guys support
Current system is a Pent. 2 350...I now have a better Mobo(Abit BF6) and CPU(P3 500) already with it's own case and tested.
I have 2 years+ worth of stuff on the HDD, that I do not wish to re-install and/or download.
What steps should I do 1st? Should I just put my HDD(Seagate 30G), and (AGP)GeForce 2 video card in 1st, let Wiondows(98) "find them" and go from there, or what?
Someone "told me" that I could just take every peripheral and connect them to the new(er) mobo and Windows would "find the new(er) mobo" and "take care of the rest".
What are my best choices...without reformatting?
I have a Compaq Presario T P Socket here that I am having trouble putting a processor into It came originally with a -MHz that died I put a into it and I got an error on boot that I needed a BIOS update Processor Compaq 8000T Presario Changing in to support the new clocking and I had to press F to continue the boot After that everything worked fine The quot Press F to Continue quot message was annoying so I removed that processor and returned it I later installed a BIOS update and inserted a -MHz The F message is Changing Processor in Compaq Presario 8000T now gone but the is running at MHz Compaq is no help as I didn t get the processor from them The processors aren t available at a reasonable price they are rare and seem to all cost more than a and I just can t seem to bring myself to pay that premium for the chip I considered a -MHz processor but with the problems Changing Processor in Compaq Presario 8000T I ve had with the I m not sure I want to spend over a hundred dollars and find more problems A processor would solve the problem but I can t find them priced reasonably Does anyone here have any suggestions nbsp
Never mind. I found a 2200 at a reasonable price at Spartan Technologies for about $130.
I am looking to buy a new motherboard and processor. I've been doing some pricing on the internet at different sites, but the problem is I am having trouble figuring out how good the equipment is because I don't know what all the numbers and abbreviations mean. Could someone give me some help on this as well as what I should be looking for when buying the motherboard and processor?
First time poster so please bear with me if I m not explaining this well I ve recently purchased a new motherboard to replace a motherboard that I thought had gone bad The reason being when attempting to install programs such as World of Warcraft from disk or from downloaded install package it would always error out usually saying that certain files could not be loaded Even times I was able to somehow get through installing my exe files would quickly become corrupted and unusable Thinking it was my RAM I ran the memtest utility which gave me Stride errors I then or Motherboard Processor replaced the RAM and got no more errors installing issues continued Checked the Hard drive reformatting and putting on a fresh XP install which was hell Got it installed and had no problems installing when connecting the hard drive in my spare computer s motherboard Now that I ve replaced the motherboard everytime XP does manage to boot up fine which is getting less and less it says there is new Hardware to install PCI Device Motherboard or Processor Ethernet controller USB I ve run the driver installation that came with the motherboard many times and still get the Motherboard or Processor same thing everytime I load up Windows At this point I m at a loss for what to test next or if it is just my CPU If it helps I did take the processor out and power on the system It came on just fine but of course turned off when it got to the point of booting from the PC Long story short switched motherboards switched RAM reformated and tested hard drive in another PC Still can t install properly Any suggestions nbsp
Corrupted files usually point to a corrupted\failing HDD.
However, there's one thing that wasn't clear from your post: Did you replace the motherboard and then do a clean install of XP or was it the other way around? If you did it before replacing the motherboard, then you'll have to do it again, because while Windows can handle hardware changes like new RAM, a new video card and even a new CPU, a new motherboard is too much for it to handle and the Hardware Abstraction Layer becomes messed up, usually ending in BSODs or other problems.
I need to replace a motherboard and a processor for my desktop computer. The computer is mostly used for internet use and emails. Maybe some game play.
This is what I had before:
Processor ( [939-pin] AMD® Athlon-64 X2 4200+ CPU w/ Hyper Transport Technology )
Motherboard ( Gigabyte GA-K8NF9 nVidia nForce4 Chipset w/7.1 Sound, Gb LAN, S-ATA Raid, USB 2.0, IEEE-1394 PCI-E Motherboard )
Let me know what you guys recommend for a good motherboard and processor. Thanks!
Buy a new comp. You are wasting money re-placing that stuff.
My BEST advice.
As a result of :
my friend is now planning to buy a new mobo and processor. Call it lack of funds but he can afford to spend $150 for both mobo and processor. I'll try to chip-in $50 so we are looking for about $150 to $200. what would be the best options for us.
What kind of memory are you going to be re-using, DDR or DDR2?
I am currently looking for a new motherboard and obviously processor.
I don't know what to go for. The thing is that I want to keep it so the motherboard I buy, supports my existing RAM which is : PC2100 266MHZ 2100 DDR RAM MEMORY 266 512 DIMM.
Hopefully someone will recommend me a few.
Try the new Asus line-up ! Check dual core AMD proc., and why keeping that RAM pack ? New mem. chips go @ 533MHz so an upgrade of that is also a good choise...(and for the price u don't have to have second thoughts ) !
I'm planning to upgrade my PC setup by getting a new processor and motherboard. I heard somewhere that W10 license is somehow linked to the computer setup it was initially installed on. Since installing a new motherboard and processor does require reinstall on the OS as well, what kind of trouble should I expect? How should I go about this?
Originally Posted by Windows Central Question I'm planning to upgrade my PC setup by getting a new processor and motherboard. I heard somewhere that W10 license is somehow linked to the computer setup it was initially installed on. Since installing a new motherboard and processor does require reinstall on the OS as well, what kind of trouble should I expect? How should I go about this? windows 10 comes with two types of activation > Digital entitlement ( when you have successfully upgraded from win 7 / 8 pro-there is no product key in this) >product key
difference between the two is , in digital entitlement, microsoft activation information is saved in your BIOS, and i case you change your motherboard you will lose your activation.
> product key, motherboard change wont effect it and should work fine.
so yours being linked to computer setup ( i consider it being Digital entitlement) you can connect your digital license with your Microsoft account because after the hardware upgrade you will lose your license , . here are the picture of what you see when you have successfully linked your account :
there is another way where you can contact Microsoft support and you will receive the activation, as it was mentioned by Gabe Aul.
I'm upgrading a computer that has a 450 megahertz AMD K6-2 w/ 3-d Now Processor. The motherboard is a Compaq 043Ch..I believe.
I was wondering if I would be able to get another processing chip to put on the motherboard to speed it up to a 700 or 1 Gighertz processor...Don't know if it is possible or if it is just cheaper/better to get another motherboard w/ processor.
Also how would I go about updating the BIOS...cuz the last time it was updated was in '99 and I have no clue on how to update them or how to use most of them.
Any help is appreciated...
No, the fastest Socket 7 CPU ever made was the K6-2 550Mhz if I'm not mistaken. You could upgrade to that but it would not be worth it.
There is no point to upgrading a bios if it is working ok, the only reason to do so is to fix a problem or to support new hardware or O/S.
Unfortunately, upgrading your system to say a new AMD or P4 would require a lot more than just a Motherboard and CPU. You would also need a new case, powersupply, and Ram and maybe even a new video and sound card if the old ones are intergrated as they usually are with Compaqs. Also you may need a new modem if the old one is ISA because most new mobo's do not have ISA any more.
I have just bought one of these:
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=CP-143-IN (Intel Core 2 Quad Pro Q6600 "LGA775 Kentsfield" 2.40GHz (1066FSB))
Can anyone suggest a good motherboard (and PSU) to go with it. Preferably an Intel board.
Intel D975XBX2KR Motherboard - £145.69 -(Overclockers.co.uk) Great Motherboard, and very powerful.
Colors 600W PSU - £23.99 -(Amazon.co.uk) a brilliant cheap PSU that i love!!!
I have an old motherboard with 478 chipset, intel Celeron D320 2,4GHz and FSB: 533. My motherboard (2003 year) supports FSB 400/533/800 but now it rus at 533 with celeron.
1. Can I overclock my system to max FSB 800MHz if the rest of the system supports it?
My processor runs at 2620MHz and PC3200 RAM runs at effective 366MHz. Original system bus is 133MHz.
2. Can i buy socket 478 pentium processor wich FSB is 800MHz?
3. Wich of these is better:
P4 2,8GHz, FSB 800MHz, system bus 200MHz
P4 3,0GHz, FSB 533MHz, system bus 133MHz (Or something near that)
4. If processor is 3GHz and FSB 533 will memory bus still be 166MHz? My curren celeron is 2,4GHz with FSB 533MHz and memory bus is at 166MHz.
Sorry for bad english and probably posting to the wrong place.
Socket 478 CPUs are hard to find these days. You'd probably be better off just upgrading the system to a cheap Core 2 on socket 775. That would probably triple the performance.
It looks like I m being bottle necked in the end after being told this will not Motherboard + New Processor? happen is quite frustrating Current specs GPU XFX DD Radeon HD CPU AMD Phenom II x New Motherboard + Processor? ghz RAM x GB DDR Corsair Dominator OS Win bit MB Gigabyte GA-MA T-UD P REV I can t overclock this due to me not sorting the heat problem out at the moment but I still think I ll get bottle necked I m pretty annoyed with this because I was told that I wouldn t be bottlenecked I want to know what a suitable Motherboard and Processor will be to get the most out of my graphics card but the price not to be too high I will also be getting another x or I could change to a x instead If I get a new motherboard and processor will I still be able to use the same windows system because that will also be really annoying as I recently paid for it thanks nbsp
What kind of HDD do you have?
Hi every one im newbie here i got a question for you guys if you could help me please
Ok i got a gigabyte GA-M51GM-S2G here is the link:http://www.gigabyte.bz/Products/Motherboard/Products_Overview.aspx?ProductID=2281 ... Could you take a look at it and tell me if my board will support this processor please: AMD ATHLON 64 7750 X2 PROCESSOR, BLACK EDITION, AM2, could you get back to me soon as possible thanks for everithing.
Recently ive been having trouble with my processor overheating. Today i left it running when i went to work and when i got back the computer had shut down. I have it seet so that if the cpu temp is 70c its shuts down.
When i switched it back on, nothing happened. No sounds, no beeps and nothing on the screen. I checked the little LED diagnostic thing on the mobo and it said that there was a problem with the processor, so i reseated it and still nothing happened. I then tried my old p4, but still nothing happened, so i put the old p4 into the old mobo and now that wont boot.
What has happened? Have the processors died, the motherbord died or both.
I would be greatful for any help as im pulling my hair out over this.
I have a compaq presario, CQ56 115DX Notebook, by HP.
Problem started last week and resurfaced again this monday.
could not get my notebook out sleep mode, the caps lock was blinking once, indicating a cpu problem.
took it in to a tech, who changed the cpu. System was running until 2 days, ago, when again, could not get it out of
sleep. Press the power button, turns the laptop off completely, press again, back to sleep, with caps lock blinking once, indicating cpu issues. Took it back to tech, who now thinks it could be the motherboard.
If that was the case, then HP diagnostics would have the caps lock blinking 5 times, right?
Hello GLENDAGIRL. Welcome to the forum.
Not necessarily. If the problem were in the motherboard's CPU socket that could be mistaken for a CPU error.
CPUs are hardy components. It's hard to kill them and they don't usually go bad. The fact that the CPU was switched and the problem persists would pretty much eliminate it as a suspect.
Have you or the tech checked and reseated the RAM? It is generally a good idea to check everything for loose connections.
My system sometimes does not boot up. I power it up but, nothing happens. What could it be? The power just shuts off.
It could be a power problem or a lot of other things. Can you give us more detail on what happens. I would think the first thing to do would be to check the power cord and make sure it is plugged in good. Then I would see if any of the lights are lighting up.
I have a Biostar TA990FXE motherboard, that doesn't like to overclock, and I have a FX-8150 CPU to go with it. I know that if a game isn't very threaded that my processor will look like crap, but should I get a new motherboard to allow me to overclock, or a new processor, maybe a Phenom II x4 965, maybe an x6? I've been having problems in games, specifically Arma 2, with bad lag and low GPU usage. I have a GTX 680 GPU, and my processor is under water cooling. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
Hi all I have built about computers for friends and family I have just built one that has all the correct leads going to the correct places however - when I have put Vista or Processor? Motherboard on this system I bought everything from the shop today case motherboard h drive i mean everything MSI motherboard gb H Drive AMD dual core processor problem is - it loads up correctly I can use Vista for about Motherboard or Processor? mins it crashes like loads of mini pics of the last screen it happens most when i go to use the internet I have wiped the pc again and it doesnt crash I have used my memory that is the same as the new stuff and it works with both sets of memory I have changed all the leads gone back to basics and it still does it I have even changed the thermal compound on the processor and it still crashes the temp before it crashes it Degrees so i am thinking its the processor or the motherboard Please can someone advise me how to test these or can anyone tell me the problem Thanks Rick nbsp
Try installing a linux distro from a free download and test with linux to see if its just a windows driver issue ,or infact a hardware issue,as for Vista bin it and try Win7.
I recently bought a ecs motherboard X58-A2 and installed a Intel i7- 920 processor with 6GB of Crucial DDR3 PC-8500 ram. Installed windows 7 and it booted up fine, but it apears to be extremely slow, my dell duo core far surpasses this thing. Now I have been trying to update the BIOS and when I restart to install the update, it takes a good 15-20 minutes to install windows, and then it goes to a black screen with the mouse curser as the only thing on the screen. What is going on..... is this a bad processor, memory, HHD, or MOBO.Can some one please help.
First of all double check that everything is installed correctly, e.g. the heatsink in on properly, RAM modules are pressed in firmly, all the cables are plugged in and have a browse through the motherboard's manual because tbh I've never really heard of ECS.
You could also try booting with another hard drive if you have one, if that's from your old computer then maybe it's dying.
Out of interest did you fresh install a copy of Windows 7 and how did you go about updating the BIOS?
What should I do before I install a new motherboard and processor to an existing Windows Vista Business x64 OS?
I know I should probably uninstall all the drivers, but where do I find these?
I did this not too long ago. All you need to do is get rid of the drivers that correspond with hardware that you wont have anymore. For example, a new motherboard usually means a new onboard sound, so uninstall your sound drivers. They can probably be located in the Control Panel -> Programs window. If not there, go into the Hardware Manager and uninstall/disable whatever you need to. Anything thats motherboard specific should go, although there isnt all that much. There is no software that corresponds to processors. Once all that is done, you can swap the hardware and install the new drivers that came with the new motherboard.
Hope that helped
My husband Processor bad tell is Motherboard How or if to was messing with my computer and now it isn t working He was trying to put it into a new dell xps case It is How to tell if Motherboard or Processor is bad a dell xps with this motherboard http support dell com How to tell if Motherboard or Processor is bad support edocs systems dimxps en sm techov htm and a intel processor When I turn the power on it seems to be running but the power light is amber and none of the lights on the back abcd are on The fans run the hard drive is spinning he tested the video card in his computer and it works the monitor is fine there is a light lit on the motherboard It doesn t have a fan on the processor I have seen that a defective fan is a problem sometimes He put everything back into the old case and it still did the same thing Also tried different RAM My husband who builds his own computers believes that it is the motherboard or the processor Now he wants to buy a new processor first and go from there I would like to find out if there is any way to test these without buying them first I don t know a whole lot about these thing but I figure that there has to be some way to do this Thank you for any help nbsp
so i fried my motherboard, got it fixed and he put a single core procssor in it. this isnt nearly fast enough, so i want to put my processor from my old computer in this one, which is a dual core. i talked to the guy at the computer shop, and he said that using a new motherboard with a used processor isnt good? like they are not compatible or something like that? i didnt think this is true at all and was wondering if it is true or not?
Find the model number of the new board and see if the old CPU will match the allowed CPU's for that model board
Just did a new system build...
It keeps freezing during the windows xp home install right past where you select the partition.
I thought it might be bad RAM, so I tried a stick from my neighbor's pc and had the same problem, tried a different video card, still no luck, even tried different IDE cable... you guessd it no luck.
I figure it must be the board or the chip, I just don't know what to replace... Any ideas?
I need help!!!i am having problems getting my operating system to run!when i power it on, atimes,it gets stuck in the press f12 for boot menu or del for setup display..and when i click on f12 of del key, i just get a beeping sound from the motherboard..
sometimes, i get a stretched beeped sound when it powers on, or jumbled digits displayed in the monitor..in all, the OS does not come on..
i only just added a 2nd hard disk and left it hanging for days while trying to get it formatted and OS installed...
can any one tell me what is destroyed or faulty if any...
read : http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic60398.html
let me start off by saying that this is an issue brought on Right after i messed with overclocking settings in my bios i set my HT multiplier from auto to x it ran at which i noticed is below the usual specs i set my HT multiplier from x to motherboard Did and processor die? my x this made it Did my processor and motherboard die? run at default specs i made a foolish leap and changed it to x i had no real understanding of what i was doing just trying to maximize Did my processor and motherboard die? THIS IS WHERE PROBLEMS HAPPEND the computer Did my processor and motherboard die? rebooted after the last saved settings but there was no boot screen everything stayed black for several minutes no keyboard lights would come on if pressed here are the main specs motherboard MSI K A CF-F V processor AMD Phenom Agena GHz ram G SKILL GB x GB -Pin DDR power supply w ive done alot of trouble shooting so far so before you think of any ideas let me tell you exactly what ive tried -left the battery out and the jumper posts on CLEAR overnight with power cables unplugged -done the same process and powered the computer on for a few minutes -pulled ram out and powered on there were no beeps nothing changed -pulled processor out and powered on no beeds nothing changed -tried putting my brothers AM dual core into my motherboard nothing changed -tried putting my quad AM quad core into his motherboard didnt boot no beeps -ran my powersupply in different machines everything worked fine as a conclusion when i run my computer like i usually would my monitors dont pick up any signal immediately after i press the power button all my keyboard lights flash once and never come on again all fans run all hard drives power on my dvdr burner drive runs lights on the PC come on did my processor destroy my motherboard and in the process kill itself it seems pretty blunt to me but im just checking to see if there is something i may not know or have overlooked nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/did-my-processor-and-motherboard-die.867508/
Hi so I did something rely stupid last week you see I vacuumed out my computer so when I plugged it in and turned it on everything powers on correctly but the screen dose not come on or wake up so I assumed it was my graphics card so I popped another Motherboard or Processor? New video card in an ATI Card and it worked so the just to make sure it was the video card I popped the old one back in and it was dead so I replaced it with my working one and now it dose not work so I assumed that somehow fried my working video card New Motherboard or Processor? and that was New Motherboard or Processor? not the end of the world because I wanted a new card anyways so I bought a MB GeForce GT and popped it in and it dose not work so it looks like my other video cards are fine and I eliminated the video card being the problem so then to troubleshoot things further I removed the Hard Drive and the Optical New Motherboard or Processor? Drive from the computer so when I tried powering it on I still had the same problem so then I tried taking out the ram and that did not work so then I tried putting it back in one stick at a time with no success and the last thing I tried was going over all the wiring and making sure it was all seated properly again no success So anyway I have eliminated the Video Card Hard Drive Optical Drive Ram and Wiring so that leaves the Processor and Motherboard so I am wandering witch one it is and just to let you know I have tried another monitor with no success And all the fans start spinning when I power it up and it makes all the little beeps it would normally make BUT IF I HAVE A KEYBOARD OR MOUSE PLUGGED INTO IN THE LIGHTS ON THEM DO NOT COME ON I would think if the motherboard was bad the monitor would still get a signal but I have been wrong before And the thing that creeps me out the most is how after I vacuumed it out I was able to get it running once with the ATI card and the the next time I tried it did not work Here is my setup Asus P W DH Deluxe GB x GB DDR GB HD Philips Optical Drive Q Intel Core Quad Processor Basically I want to know weather a new Motherboard will be a guarantied fix Thanks nbsp
How do i tell what kind of processor i can use on my motherboard? Am i right in saysing that you can only use certain processors on the certain motherboards? If so where could i find a program or site that will tell me what processors my motherboard could support?
The manufacturer's site will tell you. Sometimes they also have a BIOS update that expands the types of processors that are supported, too.
These will give you detailed information on your machine:
System Information for Windows (SIW)
Mitec System Information
Will i notice a difference in performance if i put my socket AM3 Phenom II x3 720 BE processor on a socket AM2+ Gigabyte motherboard?
what are you comparing it to? what do you have your x3 720 in now?
ok, my computer is old, and has a 486 processor. I want to upgrade it. But, the upgrade thingy says that I probably will have to change around some jumpers, and whatnot. I don't have my manual, so I need to know what motherboard I have so's I can get help. How do I find out.
And also, is it possible to fit a pentium processor into the socket that now holds the 486? I mean, could I just buy a new processor and jam that it there, or would I need a whole new motherboard?
To find your motherboard is a pain but this place will tell you how.
Home page. http://www.ping.be/bios/
Here is the page that tells you how. http://www.ping.be/bios/numbers.shtml
As far as upgrading goes The Pentium processors will use a different voltage and socket. You may be able get a faster 486mhz chip for that board. I would not recommend spending much money on it though as it might be time to build or buy a new one.
My brother was in this same position. Things he bought Evergreen Turbo chip. $100.00
64 megs of EDO ram $50.00 New CD player $45.00
It is easy to get caught up in the upgrade path as you hate to see a older computer not being used. But then it is easy to spend too much money trying to get a old system to run marginally better.
Remember the light at the end of the tunnel just might be a train
Hi, a quick question if I may.
I'm thinking of up grading my motherboard and processor, currently running a Gigabyte G33M-S2 and intel core2 E6750 @ 2.66GHz. 4GB ram Vista home premium SP2.
3 years old now but with the new crop of games recently out and coming soon requiring quad core processors it seems like a upgrade to i5/i7 processor and surrounding bits would be a good move.
Question is can I install my currant OS "Vista" have the disc and key? or with it being OEM will I have to splash out the extra ?100ish for a new OS..
The answer...you really won't know until you try it.Technically...MS considers a change of motherboard alone as a change of systems. That would make the textbook answer depend on the type of license you have for Vista.If the license came with a system assembled by one of the OEMs...or is a MS System Builder/OEM license...technically, MS has the right to tell you that such license is not transferable.If it's a retail license where you bought/installed Vista on the system...you could move it with no problem.In reality...you won't know until you try. I know for a fact that many XP users in similar situations...have made the changes mentioned (and more) and had no problem with PA after the changes.Vista is a tad more recent than XP...and the rules being applied may be a bit different...hence my answer.Louishttp://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/349709/new-motherboard-and-processor/
I all a buddy I know got a new processor and motherboard from a computer store This salesman was saying that this is the top of the line processor and motherboard and new processor motherboard and you can t get any thing better than this he paid over for this processor and motherboard He took it home and assemble it works fine Problem is new processor and motherboard he called me over I look at the paper work on this processor and motherboard and looks like he got robbed for is money Look at the paper work blow it does not look like the top of the line processor and motherboard How old would you say this processor and motherboard is I know not top of the line but how old and how much did he got rubbed Intel Celeron processor GHz system bus -KBL Advanced transfer cache micron process techology MHz FSB up only MoBostar Motherboard ASROCK Motherboard for intel pentium celeron DDR micro ATX FSB MHz USB ports M integrated prosavarage d graphic ATA A GP x Lan str modem audio x DDR SDRAM slots amp x PC SDRAM slots clock generator MHz - MHz memory slots for DDR-Dimm and Dimm PC PC Max GB slots for SDR Dimm and Dimm PC PC Max GB IDE and IDE ATA ultra DMA mode can connect up to IDE devices Audio channels AC Adio Lan speed u Ethernet supports wake-on-lan nbsp
My computer is unable to start when I press on the power button. When I press on the power button, everything doesn't run except for the processor fan and the power supply fan which only run for 1 second then it stops. It seems like there is no power connected to the system.
Even I have tried a new power supply, it does the same thing. When I look at the motherboard, a green light is on. This is confusing me because if there is no power connection, the green light on the motherboard can't be on. But if there is connection, then why system doesn't run.
I am suspecting either the processor or the motherboad has gone. But I am not sure at all. Your helps is highly appreciate. Thanks you so much.
Gateway 500SE Desktop PC
Window XP Pro
Could anyone show me the steps of changing cpu processor in Acer Aspire 5750-6493?
Hello,I recently acquired a z600 with a quad core Intel Xeon E550 and I would like to know if it is possible/desirable to put my old z400 two quad core Intel Xeon W3550.I checked and both use socket b type soo I'd assume I should have a problem but as hardware is outside of my knowledge base I wanted to ask =)Thank you in advance
Hi, The z600 series of workstations support Intel Xeon Processor X5570 QC 2.93 GHz, 95W, 8M cache, 6.40GT/s QPI, DDR3 1333 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor X5560 QC 2.80 GHz, 95W, 8M cache, 6.40GT/s QPI, DDR3 1333 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor X5550 QC 2.66 GHz, 95W, 8M cache, 6.40GT/s QPI, DDR3 1333 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor E5540 QC 2.53 GHz, 80W, 8M cache, 5.86GT/s QPI, DDR3 1066 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor E5530 QC 2.40 GHz, 80W, 8M cache, 5.86GT/s QPI, DDR3 1066 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor E5520 QC 2.26 GHz, 80W, 8M cache, 5.86GT/s QPI, DDR3 1066 MHz, HT, TurboIntel Xeon Processor E5506 QC 2.13 GHz, 80W, 4M cache, 4.80GT/s QPI, DDR3 800 MHzIntel Xeon Processor E5504 QC 2.00 GHz, 80W, 4M cache, 4.80GT/s QPI, DDR3 800 MHzLooks like they support CPU's with 80W to 95W. The Intel Xeon W3550 has TDP 130W . http://ark.intel.com/products/39720/Intel-Xeon-Processor-W3550-8M-Cache-3_06-GHz-4_80-GTs-Intel-QPI I don't think this is going to work. Regards.http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Business-PCs-Workstations-and-Point-of-Sale-Systems/Changing-my-z600-processor-to-my-z400-processors-CPU-upgrade/td-p/5854559
I have a Study Guide with questions in Microsoft Works Word Processor and I wanted to fill in the answers in a different font and color. But every time I click the question I want to answer, it automatically changes to the font and color of the question. So I have to type the answers and then highlight it and change the font and color manually. I have a ton of questions to answer and it is getting to be really time consuming to have to go back and change them all manually. Is there a way to set the font and color to be locked and never change even if I click a word or line that has a different font and color?
Just like Word, each area can have its own font and other settings.
You are going to have to put up with this, as the author did not set up the study guide to be used in this manner.
I recently decided that it was time to upgrade my pc's processor, and thought I might aswell get a new motherboard at the same time. I have done custom work to my PC and am fairly competent in most areas of a pc, but I have no idea what is compatible or reasonable in a motherboard. If anyone could advise me that would be great.
I currently run a dual core Dell XPS 700 with 3gb ddr2 RAM and a 1gb nvidia geforce 9400 GT. The OS is windows 7 32bit professional. I was hoping to get a good speed quad core with ddr3 ram but again I dont know what is compatible with the items I have listed above. Also I dont want to spend a fortune.
Any help that could be provided would very much appreciated.
hi...im getting a motherboard off ebay..
what types of processor that is good for that...
can a Sempron 2300+ Socket 462 256KB L2 cache compatible on this??
I just bought a dual processor mother board but when i went to plug the power in to it both power plugs into the motherboard from the power supply are 4 prongs short. Is there an adapter for this or what should I do?
What have you upgraded to CPU and motherboard wise?? You should get at least a 500W PSU for a dualie.
I am building my first computer. I know what hard drive, DVD drive, CD/RW drive, case, memory,and floppy I want to use.
My question is:
Is the Intel Desktop Board D865GBF compatible with the Intel Pentium 4 Processor 2.4A GHz 533MHz? What all do I need to check for compatibility?
I have a Pentium III processor rated at 1.1 gig and a motherboard that supports up to 800 megahertz for the P III . Are they compatable? Rick
I am thinkin of buying http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/INTEL-D41...aptopMotherboards_CPUs_CA&hash=item35c160f826
and I need to know if it will support my processor which is a core 2 duo E6550 and my G card which is a NVIDIA GT220 (old I know but does its job for what I need) and DDR 2 ram cards.
The board seems to be a P4 board. - Intel® Desktop Board - DQ963GS
However there does seem to be support for Core2 processros with BIOS updates. - Found 36 Compatible Processor(s) for Board "DQ965GF"
Processor a Main Circuit Board b
2.60 gigahertz Intel Celeron
8 kilobyte primary memory cache
128 kilobyte secondary memory cache Board: TriGem Computer, Inc. Imperial 1.01
BIOS: Phoenix 6.00 09/16/2003
Is it possible to put a new/better processor on thes motherboard? Any suggestions?
Sure its possible.
What processor are you looking to upgrade to? If you are upgrading to a p4, you should make sure your mobo supports that processor. Give me a little more info on what you are trying to upgrade to. Do you have the mobo book. It should say what processors it supports.
I seem to be having a bit of trouble with system stability especially when it is under heavy load from a game or processor intensive matlab run I m just looking for suggestions as to what could be wrong First off or Motherboard, Processor, is wrong? CPU. What the specs CPU - AMD Athlon XP Mobo - Abit KG- RAM - x MB DDR I forget who made it exactly I think Micron Video - MSI GeForce MB HDD - x RAID striped RAID controller - Promise FastTrak TX Sound - Hercules GameTheaterXP ---Prime and Motherboard Monitor information--- Prime Torture Tests Test - Blend CPU and RAM test - Minutes rounding was expected Test - In-place large FFTs max heat power - Hour Minutes rounding was expected Test - Small FFTs max FPU Stress - Hours minutes Prime calculated incorrectly Motherboard Monitor Information Case Temp Motherboard, Processor, or CPU. What is wrong? C Unloaded C Loaded CPU Temp C Unloaded C Loaded during Prime Runs CPU Speed MHz Core Voltage V Core Voltage V Volts V Volts V Volts V Fan RPM Constant Fan RPM Unloaded RPM Loaded during Prime Runs lt ----------- gt If anyone could shed some light on my situation I d greatly appreciate it K nbsp
Hello i m very new to anything to do with building computers and today I installed a new processor The old processor and the new are both AMD but I am not sure which ones they are I do know that they are both compatible with my motherboard which is an MSI Z - So I took out the old processor and installed the new one Problems. Processor/Motherboard with the help of my friend who has built computers before and has knowledge of that kind of stuff and apparently it was installed properly But now when I turn my computer on I hear the sounds of it turning on and some lights inside the computer Processor/Motherboard Problems. turn on but nothing else All the fans and stuff work but nothing shows up on my monitors my keyboard and Processor/Motherboard Problems. mouse don t seem to have power and the light on my power button no longer works I tried putting the old processor back in and nothing changed Is my computer broken nbsp
maybe not....first we NEED to know what BOTH of the cpu's are supported by the board....your symptoms are indicative of an unsupported CPU.
I have a Hp xw8000 workstation that came preloaded with Windows xp Pro 32 bit OS and as far as I know a 32 bit processor is the most my motherboard can handle. Thus bring me to my question does anyone know if it is possible for me to get a 64 bit processor to run on the stock motherboard and if not is there a motherboard that would be a good substitute? The only exception is that there must be at least one AGP 4x slot and 6 RAM slots. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I thought it was time to sort out my old computer and start getting it updated Went out and bought a new motherboard and processor from Maplins AMD QUAD CORE Phenom X Motherboard Bundle GB DDR MHz Memory After getting it processor, now is motherboard and all. nothing working New at home it occoured to New motherboard and processor, now nothing is working at all. me there was only IDE port and SATA I have devices that are IDE New motherboard and processor, now nothing is working at all. so decided to get an adaptor from Maplins http www maplin co uk Module aspx ModuleNo With HDD I purchased of them Now here is the thing I can New motherboard and processor, now nothing is working at all. get the IDE devices to show up on the BIOS but not the SATA devices Remember I can not even get to load windows at this stage because the HDD with windows on it is now on SATA I have looked in the BIOS and SATA is enabled I have an external HDD which is SATA and fitted that and it found it so I know it is set for SATA At this point I am about ready to throw it all out the window Spent over and nothing wants to work If anyone can help me please I have nothing left to break apart from that computer nbsp
Probably a dumb question ...
I've got a 3-year-old computer that still runs well, even if it is extremely slow by today's standards. It has an Intel Seattle II SE440BX-2 motherboard with a 333 MHz processor. I was originally told that this motherboard would accept PII processors up to 450 MHz, and recently a friend mentioned that he had a couple of different 450 CPUs (SL358 and SL2U7). When I was checking the specs to see if one was better than the other, I noticed that both 450 processors have a "100 Mhz" spec (bus speed?) but my current 333 processor has a "66 Mhz" spec. The motherboard specs show a clock speed of 67 MHz in the bus properties. Am I correct in concluding that neither of the 450 processors would work in my motherboard?
ok heres the problem:
i dont think my computers running as fast as it should be. im running a pentium 4 chip with hyperthreading, 3.0 ghz and a 1mb FSB.
the board im running may not support a 1mb FSB? the board i have is an asus p4p800-e deluxe. the manual didnt list support above 512 kb, but it also didnt say it couldnt handle 1mb.
so, does this even matter or could this be a source of my problem?
As of now my computer is a Systemax 1.4 AMD Athlon, 60 gig, gf4ti4600, sb audigy2 and 768 ram. I can feel my computer's age, although for the most part the hardware that I installed is fairly new.(All of which was installed by me) Point being that I want to upgrade my motherboard and processor, but I am not sure on how to go about doing that. Any tips and suggestions on what I need and should do will be appreciated. I want to do this mainly for games, as I feel that my processor just isnt cutting it anymore, and I dont exactly have the money for an alienware pc . Thanks for the help.
Well at the least you are looking at a new CPU. Chances are you will need a new motherboard as well, but maybe not. Other things you may need to upgrade is the RAM and powersupply - but again maybe not.
Can you post you motherboard model, RAM type and speed(ie PC2100), and powersupply make and wattage. Also post any Systemax model number. You can find all this using Everest: http://www.lavalys.com/products/download.php?pid=1&lang=en&pageid=3 - just note that you may want to look at the RAM visually to see if whats being reported is the correct info - you could have faster RAM running at a slower speed.
Also note that in most cases you will need to format and reinstall Windows when upgrading the motherboard due to the change of the motherboard chipset - its also just a good idea to do.
I require assistance with motherboard/processor compatibility. I have been to both websites (Intel for processor, Gigabyte for Mobo) and I can't really understand how to work the compatibility test. I was wondering if I could get some advice here.
At the moment, I'm using:
Mobo: Gigabyte G41M-ES2H
Chipset: Intel G41
Processor: Intel Pentium Dual Core E2160 @ 1.80Ghz
Socket: 775 LGA
And I'm looking to replace that old processor with a new:
Processor: Intel Pentium Dual Core E6600 @ 3.06 Ghz
Socket: 775 LGA
I have spoken to a tech support specialist from Harvey Norman, and he has said that as long as the socket type is the same, it will be supported. I was wanting to get some feedback from another tech specialist, as I like to check things twice before I do them.
Thank you for taking the time to read this
Just go to the Gigabyte page> http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3468#ov
...and there is a supported cpu list on the page> http://www.gigabyte.com/support-downloads/cpu-support-popup.aspx?pid=3468
The E6600 is on the list
Does anyone know what the maximum supported processor I can get for the Chaintech 7VJL Apogee motherboard is?
If not does anyone know where I can find out?
It doesn't tell me on the Chaintech website or in the user manual, and none of the BIOS updates give a clue as to what new processors may be supported if you apply them.
I read one review which in the specs said the max processor was an XP 2000+, but I also saw on a forum someone was using an XP 2800+.
Where could I find out what the max supported processor is because the Chaintech website is useless!
From what I can tell, any Socket A CPU is supported. You just need the right FSB setting
Hi me again. i did something similar to this but thats not why im here. CAN A SOCKET 775 PROCESSOR work on a SOCKET 478 MOBO.
I cant find no answers to this question on google.
i need a dual core processor like this Celeron E3200 Dual-Core 2.4GHz. BUT its 775. WILL IT WORK ON MY 478 cheers. OR is there any 478 dual cores out there?
Simple answer... NO. Even if the number of contacts on the processors were the same (they aren't), it wouldn't work because the pins are on the processor for the skt 478 m/b whereas for the 775 processor the pins are in the socket.http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/284409-lga775-processor-478-motherboard.html
Hey guys Ok so currently i have a quot MSI H M-E MS- quot Motherboard and a quot Intel CORE i socket LGA quot Processor Motherboard link MSI Global - The best gaming gears maker in the world Processor link ARK Intel amp Core Now i wanted to ask you guys if i should maybe upgrade to this one since i can t upgrade my RAM to GB on my current Motherboard seems Motherboard and question Processor as my Motherboard is to old and wont support a BIOS upgrade that i need to be Motherboard and Processor question able to run GB RAM Eventually i could run Gb RAM but only on MHz tried MHz and that wont run In my country a GB RAM MHz is very very hard to find The one i wanted to get This one would be for free because i am selling my old graphic card and it would be a exchange for it Motherboard link GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket AM - GA-MA VM-S rev Processor link AMD Athlon X Brisbane Dual-Core GHz Socket AM W ADO IAA DO Processor - Newegg com Thanks
That board and CPU you are looking at would be a major downgrade from what you currently have.
As far as the 1600 MHz RAM not working, just run it 1333 MHz as that is the max your CPU supports.
i am going to buy a motherboard/processor bundle for an atx case.
Unfortunately i have found none for my budget of £120.
i wolud be grateful if anyone could suggest the right one for my new case.
i live in uk so i dont ship products from overseas.
You could do better by buying the CPU (processor) separately from the motherboard
INTEL BOXED PENTIUM III 1GHZ (1000MHZ) 133FSB 256K FCPGA RETAIL BOX
INTEL D815EPEA2U PENTIUM III FCPGA 133FSB ATX MOTHERBOARD RETAIL BOX WITH AUDIO
Do you have to update or change the Motherboard to update the processor?
I have a Pentium 4 processor 548, 3.33GHz, 1MB L2 cache, 533MHz front side bus. Can one "Plug and Play" so to speak with an updated processor to the same Motherboard?
Your CPU socket is PPGA478, P4 is the highest CPU this socket will support.
Even with LGA775 CPU socket, unless you had a motherboard that would support quad core, there would be little reason to upgrade over a complete system replacement.
In answer to your question to "Plug and Play", yes and no. Yes CPU's are basically plug and play, and No the motherboard must support the CPU first.
I am currently working on upgrading my computer and have been doing a bit of research on motherboards and processors
I have learned that motherboards can only support some processors even if unsupported ones have the same socket
So I have found a new processor that might be compatible with my motherboard but I want you lot to tell me if you think It will work or not
Here's the specs that you may need to know
My motherboard: (PTGD1-LA (Puffer) Motherboard Specifications, PTGD1-LA (Puffer) HP Pavilion t775.uk Desktop PC | HP? Support
My Current Processor: (Intel Pentium 4 530) ARK | Intel? Pentium? 4 Processor 530/530J supporting HT Technology (1M Cache, 3.00 GHz, 800 MHz FSB)
The New Processor: (Intel Pentium 4 662)
ARK | Intel? Pentium? 4 Processor 662 supporting HT Technology (2M Cache, 3.60 GHz, 800 MHz FSB)
The current processor I use is 32 bit as the new processor is 64 bit. Will this still work on the motherboard
I don't believe that CPU will work, but let me do some checking for you...http://www.eightforums.com/drivers-hardware/18405-will-processor-work-my-motherboard.html
I would like to buy a faster processor but motherboard only supports a 1066 FSB. Intel's compatibly page only seems to list discontinued processor models. The E7500 seems to be fastest processor currently available with a 1066 FSB. How does it compare with older Q6700?
Please let me know if there are any other compatible processors I should consider.
Core Duo E6600 (2.4)
I think 65nm technology is as far as you can go with the 965 chipset, but I'm not certain.
This I do know, the E7500 is 45nm, and essentially a brand new release. Only boards bought within the last 6 months are likely compatible with it without a BIOS update.
http://processormatch.intel.com/CompDB/SearchResult.aspx?Boardname=dp965lt I saw the same compatibility page for your board that you did, and it looks like you're out of luck. The newest CPUs that will work are the E21XX Pentium Dual Cores, and they're not as good as what you have.
Other board manufacturers may have offered BIOS updates for CPU compatibility with this chipset beyond that of Intel, but that's sort of a moot point.
It's just a thought, but those Conroe C2Ds are notoriously good for overclocking, You might reverse your thinking and replace the board, not the CPU. I'm pretty sure that most P45 chipset boards are backwards compatible with your CPU. If your were to buy a Gigabyte or other non Intel board, the BIOS wouldn't be locked, and you could overclock the E6600.
Then, even if you blew it up, you could always run a 45nm CPU in the later board.
I'm the voice of absolutely no experience, but I think that 3.0 GHz should be easily doable with your processor. (Or so I've heard)
This is the CPU support list for a Gigabyte GA-EP45C-UD3R ; http://www.gigabyte.us/Support/Motherboard/CPUSupport_Model.aspx?ProductID=2954&ver=#anchor_os You CPU is listed. This board is a very popular model. Other Gigabyte P45 boards should support the same CPUs. The P45 is essentially the successor to the P965 chipset, hence the reason why I'm suggesting it, Your DDR2 would plug right in. Newegg has this in stock; http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...4 1070509908 107172615&name=Intel P43/P45/P55, for 90 bucks. (Some P45 boards take DDR3, you gotta watch).
I have a
Foxconn 661FX7MJ Motherboard
1gb PC3200 memory
Saphire X1650 pro graphics
Intel socket 775 2.8 processor
PC was working fine yesterday but will not boot now. A blank screen.
Have stripped down to MB, processor, memory, and on board graphics.
Have disconnected the DVD and tried a working HDD.
Have checked memory in a spare computer by swapping the chips.
So it's not memory, HDD, graphics.
It can only me a failty processor or motherboard.
Any idea how I can test which one? I don't have a compatible PC available to try them in.
Have stripped down to MB, processor, memory, and on board graphics.Click to expand...
There is no way to tell if a bad mobo or processor is fault without swapping it out.
Have a meter to check PSU? Can you use spare system PSU to check?
If PSU proves good and mem is good along with graphics/internal or external,
then mobo/processor are suspect.
A shop will be able to bench test the mobo and processor.
I am determined to run Medal of Honor: Allied Assault on my computer. My old video card did not have OpenGL capability, so I bought and installed an ATI Radeon 8500. Now I get video, but the game is unplayably slow. The reason: 300 MHz is all I've got.
I'd like to increase my speed to at least 700 MHz but I don't know squat about how to do that. Do I need a new motherboard? CPU? Are those two different things? Anyway, here's what I have:
AMD K6-2 MMX 3DNow!
300 MHz (used to be fast)
128 MB RAM
Thanks for any suggestions.
Just got a consult from my aunt regarding her Emachines desktop.
Did a bit of troubleshooting to find a beeping noise on the machine.
From my understanding, it is not going through POST so it's either the motherboard, processor, RAM or the GPU that's not functioning.
Removed everything starting with the RAM = beeping
Removed processor = no beep
Put processor back in = beeping
GPU is on-board.
Beeping is a continuous one second 1-1-1-1-1.....
Is this processor defective?
Thanks in advance.
What is the make and model of the motherboard?http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/249021-motherboard-processor-defunct.html
First post here - looks like a very interesting forum.
I've recently upgraded (at home) to an ASUS P5P800 motherboard along with a P4 3.0Ghz processor. Managed to fit it all together OK. I have noticed, though that the processor fan does become very noisy after the PC has been on for a few hours. It actually sounded as though the washing machine had moved into the study! I've checked that the fan is properly fixed etc and all seems to be OK. I appreciate that as the processor heats up the fan will increase in speed to compensate, but I don't think it should be that loud!
Any thoughts would be gratefully appreciated.
what brand of fan do you have? some fans are just louder than others. try searching about how much dB's (decibels) your fan gives and if it is more than 30 it's loud. i hope this helps you.
K8mc5ig motherboard can any help me with drivers for this board
not sure if ita asus or epox board
nvida chipset vga,sound,lan,usb, etc thanks in advance
I'll be replacing a faulty desktop MOBO (Intel D945PVS) with an Intel DG965WH , upgrading processor (Pentium D) with Core 2 Duo but keeping all other components intact including installed full retail version of Vista Home Premium on HDD #1 (C:\) and data on HDD's #2 & #3. Can anyone tell me what to expect upon initial bootup ? Will Vista recognize the HDDs & automatically boot off the boot drive or do I have to boot up using the Vista software ? Should I keep HDD 2&3 disconnected initially ? Has anyone had any experience with this before ?
Experience with this? Lots of it.
Chances the installed OS will boot off another board are very, very, very unlikely. And even if it does, you'll have sporadic run problems until you do a clean install of the OS on the new board.
Exceptions to this rule: Exact replacement board.
i have an intel pe dfi infinity motherboard with a ghz processor celeron d and mb memory but at the side of the memory modules there is this little l e d called the dimm standby power l e d and under it says that if the dimm standby power led is lighted you must power off the system then turn off the power supplys switch or unplug the power cord prior to installing any memory modules the thing is i have done this and the light is still on so what could be the motherboard/processor/ram new problems problem with this my ram new motherboard/processor/ram problems is mb ddr mhz also when i turn the computer on it starts up but then says cpu settings have bieng changed please re enter the cpu settings in the cmos but i cant find that in cmos and then it goes on to this other screen if i just press f to continue the screen is about raid and i got a floppy disk saying silicon raid on it but i understand this is only for sata drives but mine are ide it then comes up with this screen saying varifying dmi pool data but a little before that it says about drives not found and then a screen comes up saying sorry for the inconvinience blaa blaa blaa and it says start windows normaly or in last good configuration or safemode but i press one and the computer just turns off or restarts and then eventualy comes up with the same screen and it starts all over again i dont know how i am going to get this mobo and ram and well computer to work but i am hoping all you at tsg will be able to help me nbsp
I had chosen i3-2020 3.30 GHZ Processor, But i am not sure in Motherboard.
Kindly suggest , which brand i can choose intel or ASUS ?
my budget 12000/- set of processor and motherboard.
Kindly note mother should need HDMI out. if you suggest ASUS the grapich should be ATI RADEON
PLEASE SUGGEST BRAND AND MODEL NO.
THANKS in advance,
I built my core i3 box on an Intel mobo, and my buddy at work used that same CPU that you are discussing and he did the Intel board as well. I like Intel boards as they tend to be rock solid in terms of stability.http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/237112-brand-motherboard-best-i3-processor.html
I am going to buy a new mobo, processor and RAM.
My current ones are the following:
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-73PVM-S2H
Processor: Core 2 Duo E5300 @2.6Ghz
RAM: DDR2 800Mhz.
I will be upgrading to the following:
Mobo: Gigabyte GA-870A-USB3 AM3+
Processor: AMD FX-4 4100 Quad Core @ 3.6GHz
RAM: DDR3 1600MHz.
I will be keeping the same hard drive, case, PSU and GPU. Is there anything i should take into consideration when replacing the mobo, processor and RAM such as drivers having to uninstalled etc.?
thanks for your time
Hi I want to upgrade my cpu and my motherboard. I will go with the i5-3570k and maybe the GIGABYTE GA-Z77-D3H. I'm not planning to need SLI/Crossfire and I won't do any extreme overclocking. I have 1 ssd + 2 HD and I will probably add 1-2 hd in some times. I'm also going to buy a 660 ti and change my psu in a 2-3 months.
$356.98 + $8.54 + $18.28 = total: $383.80
This is the less expensive that I have found. So if you think that I could do a better deal please share it with me. I'm from canada so I can't buy on US site.
Thanks and sorry for my poor english
These choices look good...
Hey guys, im currently in the middle of looking for a decent motherboard and processor bundle ideally for gaming, with about ?230 to spend..Would anybody be able to help me..ive searched amazon.co.uk a few times and found a few things but i aint too sure which would be good for gaming..
*ADMI* AMD Trinity A10 5800K 3.8Ghz - ASRock FM2A75 PRO4 Motherboard - 16GB DDR3 Memory Bundle ***PRE-ASSEMBLED & TESTED by ADMI***: Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories
AMD Bulldozer FX-4170 Quad Core 4.2GHz - Asus M5A78L-M USB3 HDMI Motherboard - 16GB (4x4GB) DDR3 Memory Bundle: Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories
Or if anybody else could post a link to a decent one for under ?230 id be muchly appreciated!
What are you doing for a graphics card?
I'm unfamiliar with the capabilities of the graphics of the A10-5800k, but I doubt that they're great for gaming.