Question about AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+, 2.2 GHz (ADA4200BVBOX) Processor in a Box (PIB)

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Athlon 64x2 5200+ to Athlon (black edition)64x2 7750

I checked my specs, it say it will work with any Athlon cpu. When I put in the new processor the bios doesn't start my computer. it powers up ,but the power light goes out and the computer doesn't boot. i put the old processor back, and it fires right up. do i need to modify or patch my bios??

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    Wayne Mineard May 11, 2010

    What is the make and model of your computer and/or the model number of you motherboard.



    Also use the comment to give the present and new processor you want to use. (Part of it is cut off on the heading.)

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Ok
it's compatibel with any athlon processor
but not the black edition one

well, the problem maybe your chipset is not compatible with the black edition processor
second, let's think your chipset is compatible, but your bios don't. then you must to flash your bios with updated bios
and third, your black edition processor is broken

please rate and gimme more specific specification of your mobo

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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