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Motherboard won't boot

Have eMachines that had a bad power supply and took out MB. Purchased an identical MB with the same rev Main Number on the intel sticker and when system boots up it indicates the support CPU speed is only up to 2.8Ghz, my Intel Celeron D CPU is 1.93Ghz.
It does not make sense I would have this problem when I have an identical replacement MB.

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U can go to ur mb bios nd check ur processor setting.may be 845gvsr not support intel crl processor.u can give load bios default from ur bios press F6 or F7,

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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Do you get to the boot screen if so press the key to enter BIOS and set BIOS to default then from there set up to suit CPU and memory
Also check the M/board battery is OK

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