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Microprocessor is not heat

Power on the system then no display & cpu is not heat

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Does the mobo post
ie any beeps from system speaker?
get a soft paintbrush and dust the mobo paying particular attn to the ram slots and components near the printer port.

i am assuming you have already tried clearing bios

Posted on Nov 14, 2008


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Dell Poweredge SC430 Shows error Code 3.


Haven't seen anybody use the term Microprocessor, for a long time.

How about CPU instead? Shorter, easier to type, carries a certain 'savior faire' to it; and will help teach people not to use it to mean PC. Personal Computer.

(Central Processing Unit. Microprocessor is another term used, or simply Processor for short )

I'm going to assume you are following Anti-Static Procedures.
If not the CPU's you have touched, are now key chain fobs.
(Drill a hole through them for the chain, lol!)

Have to go through the basics. It isn't an insult to your intelligence, I just need to go through a diagnostic flowchart in my mind.

CPU installed the correct way? Aligned correctly?
With the LGA 775 processor socket, the CPU can be turned, and installed wrong,

That little alignment 't1t' can get crushed.

What CPU did you install?
Do you know if it is supported?
The motherboard chipset is an Intel E7230,

A) Dual-Core CPU's

B)Front Side Bus support of either 800MegaHertz, or 1066MHz
(800MHz / 1066MHz FSB)

C) Hyperthreading Technology (HT)

However, depending on the CPU, you may need to perform a BIOS update.

With the old CPU going out, and now the new CPU doesn't work, I would suggest going back to the start of the diagnosis, and look into the Power Supply.

The Power Supply is the FIRST thing to look at, when diagnosing a desktop computer. Server notwithstanding.

A Power Supply with a weak voltage power rail, will emulate all sorts of software problems, and hardware problems.

Have a multimeter to use to test the 3 main voltage power rails?
(3.3 Volts DC, 5 Volts DC, and 12 Volts DC)

Have a KNOWN to be good, Compatible power supply, you can borrow for a temporary test unit?

Post back in a Comment.


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Please clear cmos if system no display after overclocking

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CPU Overheated
If the system shutdown automatically after power on system for seconds, that means the CPU protection function has been activated. When the CPU is over heated, the motherboard will shutdown automatically to avoid a damage of the CPU, and the system may not power on again.

In this case, please double check:
1. The CPU cooler surface is placed evenly with the CPU surface.
2. CPU fan is rotated normally.
3. CPU fan speed is fulfilling with the CPU speed.

After confirmed, please follow steps below to relief the CPU protection function.
1. Remove the power cord from power supply for seconds.
2. Wait for seconds.
3. Plug in the power cord and boot up the system.

Or you can:
1. Clear the CMOS data.
2. Wait for seconds.
3. Power on the system again.

If after clearing the CMOS you still have no display, you may have damaged your motherboard, CPU, or RAM. If you need further assistance with this Motherboard, let me know.

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My dv6 amd processor HP laptop freezes and goes off after working for just 30mins (it over heats)

If your system is over-heating, and you are willing to open it up(or have a qualified technician do it for you), the following solutions will work: 1. Open up your unit, access the CPU cooling fans and use a blower to get rid of any dust that may have accumulated on the fan and filter(s). Unclogging the cooling fan will increase the rate of cooling. 2. Unscrew and unmount the heat sink from the processor. Clean the contact surface area carefully with isopropyl alcohol(Electronics cleaning Fluid, similar to lens cleaner) and re-apply a new layer of thermal paste. I always recommend Acrylic Silver 5( AC-5) for it's high thermal conductance. 3. Re-assemble the heat sink assembly and fan, and fix them tightly to ensure a firm, tight contact grip with the CPU. Take care not to break the CPU's die in the process.It can cost you an new microprocessor and/ or chipset.
Power up your machine.If it still has symptoms of over-heating, repeat the procedure again.
I hope my solution will solve your problem.

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Work on daynow it don't

The modern motherboard performs many functions and connects to a wide variety of devices, but the hardware's most basic role is to connect the system's microprocessor to the rest of the computer. The central processing unit, otherwise known as the CPU, is typically housed in a socket on the motherboard. From there, the motherboard receives electrical power from the system's power supply and distributes it to the CPU.

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No display on monithor cpu fun runs &but mobo led

do it only if u r a professional..
assuming that the system bios hs not been flashed or updated in a wrong way..if so u gotta replace the m/b..
1st see if the ram(s) is loose/ n resit it..
check for ac main supply and check all the outputs of smps viz. 0v (black~ground); +12v (yellow); +5v (red, green~ps-on, violet~pg & grey~sb); -12v (blue); -5v(white); +3.3v(orange)..if faulty try repairing or replacing the power supply with a standby n see..
if all above are ok..check the cmos/system battery..(above +3v)..
check the cpu fan rotating and the cpu generating heat..try replacing the cpu with a standby (if no heat is generated)..
there may b a chance for m/b's crystal clock generator to b faulty..try repairing or replacing the m/b with a standby..
there may b also problem with ur monitor or display adapter, try replacing with a standby..
hope it'll b enough to solve ur problem..
seek professional assistance of ur system admin/vendor....

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Leave it unplugged for 24 hours. Sounds like the failsafe for a power surge. This is typical for RCA products. I have a 54 inch rear projection TV that will only tune 16 channels and none of them are correct when it surges. The solution: 24 hours unplugged. I also have the same type of thing with my RCA DVD recorder... Never had it happen to surround sound, though.

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Jandy Aqualink display reads "waiting"

System locked up. Handheld is frozen at WAITING screen means Microprocessor is locked.

Here is what you do:

1. Turn off power to the system (control box)

2. Disconnect battery at the Power Center (9volt battery in control box/cross tip screwdriver required)

3. Turn on power

4. Reconnect the battery

5. Reset time and date on PDA.

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Adding second CPU


Did you receive a VRM with the the PRC upgrade kit? And have you installed it?

The following items are/should be included in a microprocessor upgrade kit:
• A microprocessor (PRC)
• A heat sink
• Heat-sink retention clip(s)
• A voltage regulator module (VRM),
Your upgrade kit may also include a cooling fan.

If you are adding a secondary microprocessor, examine the VRM to ensure that it is the correct VRM for your system. Install the VRM in the appropriate secondary VRM connector, ensuring that the latches at each end of the connector engage. If you received two VRMs with the upgrade kit, replace the primary VRM already installed in the system with one of the VRMs from the upgrade kit.
Note: The system does not support mismatched VRMs.

Check PE1600sc Microprocessor Upgrade Installation Guide -

Let me know how you get on


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Ventilator of the microprocessor

Most modern motherboards include temperature sensors that can speed up or slow down the CPU fan depending on how hot the processor is. If its noisier than it was originally it could be: -inefficient cooling caused by dust accumulating in the heatsink under the fan. -could be heat buildup in the case itself causing the processor to run hot. -could just be noisier because the bearing in the CPU fan is wearing out. -Make sure the CPU fan power cable is plugged into the proper socket. If it?s not the motherboard cannot control the speed. Let us know if you have any other questions.

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