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Drivers for Intel products are available from the Intel website www.intel.com However this is a system level problem and so the drivers for your sound chips are most likely to be found on your computer manufacturer's website or you motherboard manufacturer's website, or if your sound card is external to the m/b, the sound card manufacturer's website. In any case you will need your operating system details.
Pentuim D is a processor that has 2 x cpu in one and a core 2 duo has 2 cpu's plus 1 smart core bigger cache
you can only upgrade to a E2140 or E2180 processor on that motherboard
OR replace the board with a newer type
If you want to work the actual speed for the processor of a dual core take the speed for example dual core 1.8 x 2.1 =3.78 GHz
Core 2 Duo 1.8 x 2.4 = 4.32 GHz
looks like that mobo can only suppoport up to 53 mhz front side bus for a celeron d processor wht tht means is tht u can get any cpu tht has the front side bus up to 533mhz with the 775 socket forur motherboard
and forpentium 4 its 800mhz and agian any cpu with up to 800 mhz front side bus and 775
so ur best cpu for tht mobo would be the SL7RR it supports hyperthreading
The processor upgrade defends on your motherboard if it supports a processor like Core2Duo, because it all depedns on the motherboard if you can upgrade processor and RAM ,if you buy a new processor and its not supported by your motherboard it will be a wast, but if your computer manufacturer told you that your motherboard can supports a processor like Core2Duo go ahead upgrade to it , that will definitely make teh computer faster and better sicne Core2Duo is a high end processor right now..
Alright, this depends on the BIOS on the motherboard and if it will support these chips. Best thing you can do is physically call or email the manufacturer of the motherboard.
Some motherboards will support any 775 processors (aside from the Xeon types that were made on the 775 design). Bios Revisions add support for different processors. However, many motherboards can't even support the Dual core setup at all, as it is like having dual processors and the bios just won't understand how to support this.
So, whatever you're trying to upgrade; get in contact with the manufacturer and find out if it will support the chip you're wanting.