Question about Intel (P42000400512SK478) Pentium 4, 2 GHz Processor
Upgraded to a pentium 4 and now the computer is in a virtual loop and keeps rebooting. What's going on? Thank you.
Haw can upgrade pentium3 to pentium 4
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
Yes, ty. everything is "same" I just wanted to know if I could replace the e6600 with the e6850 and boot it up with nothing more to do technically?
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
In more cases this is mean that your PSU can`t fully power new (and more gluttonous) CPU. Change it (PSU) to more strong - 350W (is recommended for high-quality model) and higher (for low cost models).
Posted on Sep 28, 2007
The pentium 4 chip is not compatible for your old pc you have to rebbot your whole hard drive
Posted on Aug 17, 2007
Could be a BIOS problem (I'd bet on it) Try holding down the 'insert' key and then restart computer. Unplug it if you need to first if its in the restart cycle where its restarting by itself. That will reset the BIOS and set it to motherboard default settings in many computers. Then get together the info Rumburak asked for so he can give you more defined help. Good Luck.
Posted on May 29, 2007
You need to provide more details. Did you keep your hard drive and just connected it to the new machine and powered it up? What mainboard, which operating system. And at what point of the boot process does it restart?
Posted on Dec 09, 2006
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