My desktop motherboard from intel is having some problem and wanted to replace with a new one. Can some body please let me know the procedure and the email id / phone number through which I can contact Intel.
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Are you able to remove the card from your PC?
and read the model on it?
Are you able to find your motherboard/computer model?
use the motherboard/computer model to find what model of card is on it.
Once you have the nic model search for a driver.
That was the fix ! It seems when using older Cisco devices, a dead / dying CMOS battery is more of a hazard. The battery's meager attempts to provide power repeatedly reboots the motherboard creating frustration and troubleshooting other paths.
CAUTION: Removing the battery isn't a simple affair since it is firmly clipped and a suitable, preferably plastic tool should be used to pry the battery upwards while pressing downwards on the black battery housing. This is similar to removing motherboard batteries but isn't often practiced since most 2502 batteries will outlive the usefulness of their host PC / Cisco PiX firewall.
FAILING to properly anchor the battery housing while removing it with suitable plastic / non conductive tools can permanently damage the sensitive electronics AND result in the entire CMOS battery housing to break off the motherboard.
The PiX will boot without a CMOS battery or even battery housing, but will fail to retain system time if DC power is interrupted.
Make sure that your RAM is securely seated One bad/faulty lead can cause a computer with lots of problems replace all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATAthe ones that attach from your motherboard to hard drive make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ? hope this helps
if it is banned it must be for good reason. though there are ways to circumvent the security. for doing that lot depends on what kind of firewall -- hardware or software is blocking the aceess. usually port blocking method is used.. though some use higher level protocol block access method too. if you have access to the firewall it may be easy otherwise it require port scanning and finding loopholes... would require to read up a lot on these topics.
click here , to go to intel india's replacemnt and warranty webstie... go through the rules , then enter yuor model number and the serial number... u have to courier it to intel .. then they will replace it and send it back to you in a month (Maximum)
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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.