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Warning on post screen during boot up and ocassional blue screen

I get this warning on the bootup post screen "A 200MHz System Bus Processor is installed and is not supported by this system and will run at a reduced speed performance will be impacted . In addition to this i am getting a blue screen flash by - the computer then reboots and may be ok for a while then the problem will repeat . My system is a Asus P31 Neo V2 series MS 7392 (V1-X) main board ,a dual core E2180 2CHz FSB 800 1Mb processor, a GeForce GTX 260 graphics card , a 550 watt power supply and 2 Gig of ram all brand new and fitted by a computer shop who are now not being to helpfull Are you able to help

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    Lee Hodgson May 11, 2010

    read the blue screen and post back what it says

    regards


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Sounds like the CPU is overclocked in your system. I would clear CMOS the try it again. The CPU is probably overclocked to far causing it to become unstable.

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