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Cannot enter bios

I have a HP 850 mhz motherboard that I have been using for months on a backup computer. But I have forgotten how to enter the bios. I have tried several combination of keys but cannot get into to it. Can anyone tell me which key to use or what's going on?

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Re: cannot enter bios

Normally with HP it's either F2 Enter or Del on boot up. But if it just stops when trying to get into the bios, the bios chip may be faulty. You can also try putting the jumper on the JBAT1 or CLRCMOS terminal on the mobo from pins 1-2 to 2-3 then back to 1-2. This will then force the pc to boot into the bios menu.

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To Enter BIOS setup, Press F1 or F2 at startup.
To Select Boot Device, Press F8 at the startup.
To save changes and exit BIOS setup, Press F10.

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Mainboard GA-G31-ES2C Warning: Backup BIOS checksum error BIOS Auto-Recovering...

If you have reset the CMOS memory you need to go into the BIOS setup screen and reconfigure the BIOS. To do that you need to press a key while the computer is booting. Usually F2 but can be other keys. It should tell you on the bottom of the first screen which key to press to enter BIOS setup.
If you don't know the settings the should be one for optimal defaults - use that one. You will also need to reset the time and date.
Save, Exit and re-boot and everything should then work.
During the boot process you will see on the screen to press delete to enter setup

Jul 23, 2011 | Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2L Motherboard

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Have a motherboard in my computer that stopped working. It is MCP61PM-HM 2.2. I ordered a new motherboard only to find out that the one I ordered was MCP61PM-HM 1.0B. My question is are they compatible?

Seems like the 2.2 is a new version. It supports a
  • Phenom with Quad Core technology (AM2+) up to 9600 (up to 95 watt)

  • The link below has the specs of your original MOBO...
    Here are the 1.0B specs:


    Motherboard description Motherboard manufacturer's name: ECS MCP61PM-HM
    HP/Compaq name: Nettle-GL8E

    CPU/Processor Socket: AM2
    Supports the following processors:
    Athlon 64 X2 with Dual Core technology up to 5600+ (up to 89 watt)
    Athlon 64 less than 4000+
    Sempron less than 4000+

    Front-side bus (FSB) 2000MT/s (2.0 GT/s)

    Chipset NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

    BIOS features System BIOS core brand: Award
    Keyboard combination to used to enter BIOS: F10

    Form factor Micro-ATX: 9.6 in X 9.6 in

    Memory Dual channel memory architecture
    Four 240-pin DDR2 DIMM sockets
    Supports PC-4200 (533 MHz), PC2-5300 (667 MHz), and PC-6400 (800 MHz) DDR2 DIMMs
    Non-ECC memory only, unbuffered
    supports 2GB DDR2 DIMMs
    Supports up to 8 GB on 64 bit PCs
    Supports up to 4 GB* on 32 bit PCs

    Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser.

    If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response

    Thanks, Joe

    Jul 07, 2011 | Motherboards

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    The sound on my L7VMM2 motherboard is not working.


    First of all which operating system is on the machine?

    Secondly have you been into the BIOS to see if the on-board has been disabled. To get into the BIOS restart the computer and press either the Del or Esc key to access the BIOS.

    Also go to device manager and see if the audio has been disabled from there.

    If you have installed Windows 7 or Vista then there could be a chance that the motherboard drivers are not designed for the operating system. If that's the case then no driver will work.
    You would have to manually search the internet for someone who may have found a compatible driver.


    Jul 22, 2010 | EliteGroup Motherboards

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    Motherboard p3v4x : during bootup i get a system

    This error is usually caused by an incorrect setting of either bus speed or multiplier (or sometimes processor chip operating voltage). These could be set either by software ie in BIOS or by changing tiny switches mounted on the motherboard.
    Have you consulted your motherboard manual?
    Try here:
    or try the ASUS website and look under support or the discussion forums.
    This will help:

    These freq and voltage settings are set under BIOS which is usually accessed by hitting the DELETE key on your keyboard after turning on your computer.
    Sometimes a quick fix is to enter BIOS as per the above instruction and selecting LOAD BIOS DEFAULTS or something similar to that and then save and exit BIOS and allow the computer to reboot.. That may get you to the point of booting up without the improper freq comb error.
    If you have no luck playing with the above info, shut down your computer and remove the left hand side cover on your computer box or tower, so you can access the inner workings of your computer.
    Remove the cooling fan from your processor chip. It will be a large square or circular (black or silver colour).
    Take a look at your processor chip. Note the part number printed on the chip, which is only visible after you remove the cooling fan. For example it may say for example SL52P or something else. It may also be an AMD chip.
    Search the internet for its specifications ie search for SL52P.
    For example, if it was a Pentium 3 chip running at 800 Mhz go to google and search for specs of P3 800 Mhz processor with the part number SL52P.
    Google returns the following info (based on the example above) of:
    ie its a chip that runs at 800Mhz speed with the memory running at 133 Mhz (800 mhz processor speed obtained by having the multiplier set to 6 but actually means the memory is running at 133 MHZ but the processor running at 6 times the speed of the memory bus ie 133x6=800 MHZ (one of the settings you need to get right in your BIOS settings)
    So if you had this chip, in BIOS you would select 133 bus speed, with the multiplier of 6 usually locked down on the processor physical internal wiring.
    If your BIOS doesnt allow you to play with the processor and memory bus settings (commonly done to make the processor overclock to a faster speed) the other option is that you have the DIP switches on your motherboard set to the wrong settings. Again, refer to to your motherboard manual. The DIP switches are tiny plastic switch blocks on the motherboard with a row of (usually) white sliding switches.

    Intel chip info:

    Also Try this:

    Steve (Melbourne, Australia)

    May 09, 2010 | ASUS Motherboards

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    BIOS won't start

    what u can do is to try reset the cmos on your motherboard,

    the instructions are in your motherboard guide

    or go here:

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    I have 810 bu mother board

    your board is compatible with pentium 3 processors through the "coppermine" revision, the pentium 3 "tulatin is not supported" here is a list from wikipedia of the "coppermine" processors supported by your board.:

    • 100 MHz FSB: 500, 550, 600, 650, 700, 750, 800, 850, 900, 1000, 1100 MHz (E-Models)
    • 133 MHz FSB: 533, 600, 667, 733, 800, 866, 933, 1000, 1133 MHz (EB-Models)

    Coppermine-T (the only coppermines with an attached heatsink)
    • 133 MHz FSB: 800, 866, 933, 1000, 1133 MHz

    The Tulatin core is NOT compatible with intel 810 boards, and they can be easily confused with the coppermine-t's because they also have attached heatsinks.

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    Motherboard processor support

    Processor Family Processor Speed System Bus Frequency Cache Size BIOS Version Notes Pentium® III processor 850 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater The following board revisions (AA numbers) support these processors: 754552-200 or later
    754558-200 or later
    A01450-200 or later.
    See the board revision note, below, for an explanation.
    800 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 750 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 700 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 650 MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 600E MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 550E MHz 100 MHz 256 KB P14 or greater 600 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P12 or greater All board revisions support these processors 550 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P07 or greater 500 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P07 or greater 450 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P07 or greater Pentium® II processor 450 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 400 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 350 MHz 100 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 333 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 300 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 266 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater 233 MHz 66 MHz 512 KB P01 or greater Intel® Celeron® processor 433 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 400 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 366 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 333 MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 300A MHz 66 MHz 128 KB P01 or greater 300 MHz 66 MHz 0 KB P01 or greater 266 MHz 66 MHz 0 KB P01 or greateri hope that this solved your request.

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    Large hard drive

    Yes it will. Mostly it is the operating system that will allow the drive to be see at its full size. Suggest you use Win XP home with at least SP1 but Win XP Pro with SP2 is faster & very stable. Also suggest you set the drive up with the Mfg's disk utilites. Bootable floppy or bootable CD. If using plain XP home you can still install the OS & than download a free trial of Partition magic which will allow you to combine any smaller partitions to get you up to you 250GB size. (only if you have a problem though.

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    Your M/B support Socket 462 (also called Socket A) is a PGA socket designed for AMD K7 family of processors. This socket can be used with AMD Athlon and Duron processors ranging in speed from 600 MHz to 2200 MHz (3200+) and with bus frequences ranging from 100 MHz to 200 MHz (400 MHz DDR)

    Athlon (Socket A) (600 MHz - 1400 MHz)
    Athlon XP (1333 MHz - 2333 MHz, or 1500+ - 3200+)
    Athlon MP (1000 MHz - 2133 MHz)
    Duron (550 MHz - 1800 MHz)
    Sempron (socket A) (1500 MHz - 2200 MHz, or 2200+ - 3300+)
    Mobile Athlon 4 (850 MHz - 1400 MHz)
    Mobile Athlon XP-M (Socket A) (1200 MHz - 2200 MHz, or 1400+ - 3000+)
    Mobile Duron (650 MHz - 1200 MHz)

    I Recommend to go for Athlon XP with good cooling fan. :)

    Dec 18, 2007 | EliteGroup K7AMA Motherboard

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